Tuesday, September 2, 2008

A Master Piece in the Making

I have vaulted ceilings in my living room, and I am ashamed to say after living here for over 2 years, the walls are still bare. Reason being, is because I haven't had any inspiration on how I want to decorate this room. Yes, I could have just got some decor to hold me over, but I thought that would be a waste of money, and I was waiting for something to "jump out" at me that I would fall in love with. Well...not happenin'. So I finally decided that on the wall behind my sofa, I would cover it from top to bottom with Sepia toned photos of everyone that I love. I started ordering photos little by little, and nothing will get hung up until I have enough photos to make a dent in a very huge wall. Not to mention it will take me time to be able to afford all of these frames. In the long run, it is probably a project that will cost me a lot more than some over-sized wall art, but the moments captured and the stories behind the photos will be PRICELESS.

1 comment:

Marie Marsicano said...

Great Idea!!! I just read in Goodhouse Keeping that a "photo wall" is a great way to decorate different areas of your house. You use all the same color frame - but different shapes and sizes to give the wall a more homey feel.