It was fun to revisit an old post yesterday, so I am doing it again today…this one is from June 2011!
I’ll have to do an update because, of course, things have changed a bit. However, the majority of this gallery wall has stayed the same!
Our walls have been bare for almost 4 years in this house.
I put something up for a short time and then find that I am not happy with it.
As you may have read, when I get frustrated I move furniture, but hanging art on walls just makes me frustrated. It’s a vicious cycle.
Hanging artwork seems permanent to me…which means I can’t move furniture around.
Now that our furniture is finally placed where I am happy with it (for now) I have wanted to hang some artwork on the walls. Ideas have floated around in my head from photos I have seen on other blogs and Pinterest. Nothing really forced me to put any holes in the wall, though.
Recently, we have been talking about getting the walls in our house painted. I would like to make holes in the walls pre-paint so that the painter can patch any mistakes and our walls with be nice and clean.
Then it all started with this…
We had this photo taken over a year ago and I finally ordered a wrapped canvas with a coupon I got from Sharing Spree.
I was thrilled when I received it and decided I had better put it up on the wall!
So, one afternoon, I just started hanging my black frames. Some already have photos in them, some need updated photos, and some just need photos!
This is a tall wall in our entryway. Below it is a bench that I have had since I was a little girl. This is where the kids keep their shoes, etc. It faces our playroom, which also has artwork with black frames including a large bulletin board which displays the kids artwork, Christmas cards, or other fun things depending on the time of the year.
Of course, after I got everything up on the wall I found about five more frames to add, and have Ryan’s Father’s Day gift to hang up on the wall.
The good thing is that there are more walls or more room on this wall!
The other good news is that I have started to put holes in the walls. Now I just need to continue with all the original artwork we have stored in our attic and some other prints that I would like to get framed.
Wish me luck!
home is…making progress on wall at a time.
*linking up with Tatertots and Jello…