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Inspiration for a timeless freestanding desk carpeted home office remodel in Boise with white walls —  Houzz
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Jackie Kelley wrote:Apr 14, 2014
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    It was purchased from Design Within Reach almost 10 years ago. It's an Italian manufacturer; that's all I remember.
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jankleo1 wrote:Jun 28, 2011
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    The best thing to do is frame them; you can get readymade poster frames at chain frame stores. If you like the unframed look, you can also have a frame shop put a backing like black or white foam core on them. Or if you just want to stick them up as they are, you can try removable poster putty on each corner (and midway along the edges for large posters).
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    i found these things called Magnetacks that are magnetic poster hangers that are magnetic tacks that hang posters without damaging the poster. they are strong so they work really great for unframed posters and photos or whatever. check them out here: magnetacks link

kadams721 wrote:Sep 18, 2012
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    That's an Ikea bookcase.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Erin Lang Norris added this to 15 Ways To Be More Inspired by Your StudioOct 1, 2011

Hang your music poster collection. As random as that may sound, studio walls are the perfect place to hang prints you've accumulated over the years. Silk-screened prints from concerts you've been to tend to fit in well here. Put them anywhere else and you run the risk of looking like a frat house, but tacked to walls in your studio, the colorful graphics are sure to get your creative juices flowing.

Vanessa Brunner added this to Share Your Dorm Room Must-HavesJul 7, 2011

Do you need to figure out a way to arrange your collection of concert posters? Tell us how you plan on decorating your study space.

Lily Gahagan added this to Design Dilemma: Decorating a Dorm RoomMar 31, 2011

Since you can't paint your walls, it's important to add color and interest in other ways to dispel the institutional feel. Create a collage on your walls with inexpensive (or better yet, free) items like concert posters, museum fliers — any ephemera that speaks to you and adds beauty to the space. Arranged thoughtfully, disparate pieces can form a cohesive look that's totally unique to you.

Kit Pollard added this to Posters: Beyond the Dorm RoomApr 6, 2010

OK, so this space does have a dorm room vibe - it's creative space, even though it belongs to a grownup. But here's where it diverges from kids' space: I love the way the orange and blue-purple of the posters on the wall work together. Plus, the organization of the posters is something of an artful collage, creating an interesting look from far away and close up.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Franciepascalepete Traxler added this to College Dorm!Jul 12, 2018

• Simple with bright pops of color

Allison Giddens added this to Pop Culture RoomApr 29, 2018

The way music posters are displayed.

Jetta Hagen added this to BedroomJul 9, 2017

The gallery wall is what I like the most.

audreygibson14 added this to audreygibson14's IdeasMay 27, 2017

The string thing is a good idea

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