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Chris A. Dorsey Photography
The images and artwork on the wall are an evolving and revolving collection of inspirational works. "I try to collect ephemera and work with photo montages, collage, anything that can really add a pop of creativity and personality," she describes.
Steven Gambrel Time and Place
anchor the room to the 21st century.Tip: Repurpose old paintings. Gambrel cut nautical scenes out of a 19th century folding screen to create a framed montage on this wall.
Chelle Design Group
3. Have fun! Pick a theme and play with it. Grouping similar plates in a variety of sizes makes for an eye-catching montage. Or, if you have plates of different colors and designs, pick similar-size ones to hang together for a more ordered but visually interesting look.
1. Create wall art. A colorful montage of plates is a great way to add interest and whimsy to any wall without having to spend big bucks. You can find plate hangers at most craft and home
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
These leather-topped folding stools are like camp chairs that grew up, had a movie makeover montage scene and turned out super hot. They also play off the X-base coffee table in the area beyond, tying together the two gathering spaces visually.
sarah & bendrix
Montage of hearts