Whitney Lyons
Lincoln City eclectic

Lincoln City

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November 2, 2013
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We mounted the skull by attaching a piece of wire horizontally to the back. Depending on how heavy the skull is, you can either hang it like a traditional picture, or find a stud and screw into it using a wood screw. Another option is using drywall anchors where you can't find a stud. Tip: Use tacky putty in inconspicuous areas to stick the skull and the frame to the wall so if it gets bumped, it won't move. Thank you and good luck!
    Bookmark   November 3, 2013 at 6:36PM
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"Our style has developed so much since we worked on this house four years ago, but we still love it," says Brandt. He and Chelsea, shown here, now live in Portland and say that big-city life has definitely influenced their aesthetic. "I would say our style today pushes boundaries more than it used to," remarks Chelsea. "It was safer, and now we are doing things a little bit edgy. We like things unique and a little bit funky, with a dark side to them."Please show us your creatively furnished house!Browse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary HomesMidcentury Homes | Ranch Homes | Traditional Homes | Barn Homes | Townhouses | Apartments | Lofts | Vacation Homes

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