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Framed art work
I love the framed art
The framed art work.
Kids art framed in bedroom
love art and bunting
Banners and wall art
wall art...Framed art...Kid art on wall...Art in frames...their art work...with his art work...Art work collage...Wall art...Framed kid art...Art display
Alison Kandler Interior Design
most of this art is unframed
rotate art work - great idea!
love the art and the painted stairs
Love the colours and arrangement of art work
collecting art prints and paintings, you know how easy it is to run out of wall space long before you’ve hung all of your artwork. A simple solution is to rotate your artwork each season, keeping some pieces carefully stored in a closet.
Robert J. Schroeder Photography
San Mateo, CA
wire for art instead of shelf
great idea for kids art room
Kids art kitchen hangers
place to display art
Place to hang kids art
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Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
Whether you're remodeling, moving into a new home, or just looking to update your space, Interior Style can assist you with every facet of the project - from the master plan down to the last doorknob.
beige. I work for the company, and have gotten to the point that I can recognize the product anywhere. Also, just a gorgeous interior, both in construction and interior design.
Art work sets the tone for your foyer. While it may only be seen in passing most of the year as you rush through your home, it's likelier to be lingered over more as hellos and goodbyes are exchanged. You might consider rotating pieces in and out of your foyer — even collecting holiday-themed art work
work — for a cheerful gallery experience at home.
Columbia Street Residence
is the art from! Beautiful! Colorful! Love-Love-Want! :)
The art work in the hallway is light using track lighting. I feel like this
variation of art, color, size, texture, with a monorail light above - interesting way to light the space.
neighborhood Arts and Crafts style. He got that in a custom wood newel post painted blue. “People tend to not put their hands on a handrail, but they always put them on a newel post when they turn the corner,” he says. “It’s a natural reaction. So there’s something about putting your hand on that that feels
The art room (need more seating )
framed cork boards to display kids' art
cork board art frames for art of the
love the frames that make art easily interchangeable
Paint old frames for kids work
Speaking of arts and crafts, is there a space in your home where your kids are free to get a little (or a lot) messy? Messy activities such as painting, play dough and sand and water play can be deeply engaging to children — but they can be hard to contain. Try creating a special zone where this is encouraged
Art work made out of thrift store cassettes attached to plywood through holes in tapes - called James Brown Cassette
McCullough created both art pieces in the master bedroom.
like art work cassettes James brown!! closet door!!
Wood accent wall - tying in art wall with floor and wood screen outside
created both art pieces in the master bedroom. On the right wall hangs “Cassette James Brown.” Most of the tapes came from a local thrift store that was going out of business. He mounted them onto a piece of plywood through the voids in the cassette wheels. The entire piece is attached to the wall by a French
I always thought that these long lights used for art work looks like they belong in the museum only, but in this space it works. It suits the style of the space and lights up the art work really well.
art is centered over couch, add'l art on sides
a 1938 art deco edifice, Greene’s bachelor co-op was pretty sizable by city standards — it even had an extra foot of ceiling height, a sunken living room and a “little entry hallway that contributed to a sense of discovery,” he says. He liked it from the start, save for some cosmetic concerns. “It looked