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My Houzz: Relaxed, Classic and Collected in New Jersey

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Family room - eclectic dark wood floor family room idea in New York with white walls and no tv — Houzz

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Desty Agla wrote:
Couch? - Who makes this couch?
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looks like restoration hardware to me
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Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Creative Ideas for Eye-Catching Walls
1. Art on bulldog clips. Who needs frames? For a quick and easy solution, head to the office supply store and pick up a box of bulldog clips. Once you attach them to the wall, you can simply clip in the art and swap it out on a whim.
Rikki Snyder added this to My Houzz: Relaxed, Classic and Collected in New Jersey
On another studio wall hangs a gallery of vintage floral oil paintings found at flea markets. “Usually they come in ugly, cheap frames,” Madden says. “So I take them out and hang them with large vintage binder clips.”
Laura Gaskill added this to 9 Reasons to Buy a Painting
9. Curating your own art gallery is fun! Will you find yourself drawn to pastels, portraits, still lifes or landscapes? Representative art or abstract? Choosing paintings helps hone your personal aesthetic. And let’s face it, being the curator of your own personal art gallery is a really fun job.Paintings: vintageMore:Your Guide to Art Costs and BuyingAn Art-Buying Guide for Beginners
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 13 Decorating Tips for Short-Term Renters
6. Art collages. Another alternative to nailing up numerous frames is to hang lightweight images, which can be suspended with Blu Tack or clips attached with double-sided tape.
Susan Redman added this to Cool Idea: Clipboard Art Galleries
Try It at HomeThe great thing about this idea is that it’s incredibly versatile and you can change up the look in a heartbeat. Buy clipboards at your local office supply store for a clean and orderly look. Or if you want to add a bit more character, go “salon style” with a selection of different types, sizes and materials. All that’s left is to select your prints. You could choose anything from kids’ artwork to LPs.Using her styling knowledge and a collection of vintage flea market finds, Joanna Madden turned her New Jersey home into a beautiful space full of accumulated pieces that are artfully displayed. On a studio wall hangs a gallery of vintage floral oil paintings found at flea markets. “Usually they come in ugly, cheap frames,” Madden says. “So I take them out and hang them with large vintage binder clips.”

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Zzz ㄷㄱㄷㄱ added this to 찾았다!
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searstwr added this to searstwr's ideas
I like the metal clip idea for hanging paintings. That could work for my albums
Brian Caulfield added this to Brian's ideas
Not a big fan of too much brown, the art on the wall seems to be a good counterpoint to the couch

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