I know, I know, I can't believe it either. I finally got the gallery wall done I've been yakking about for a couple of years now. The family room looks much more complete with something on that wall. I'm thinking we can add to the sides and keep taking over the whole wall with pictures (kind of like a fungus - only prettier).
Here's what we hung on the wall:
-- two photos I took, one of baskets of seeds and grains at a market in Bangladesh and the lower one of the interior of Rouen Cathedral in Normandy, France
-- a photo I took of the cliffs at Étretat in Normandy, France
-- a photo of a half-timbered house in Rouen, France
-- a painting of Ritchie Falls that I did this past summer.
-- an art print taken by my friend Kat Warren from Low Tide High Style (by the way, do you want to know the most recent photo of Kat's that I'm obsessed with - check out this blog post and go down to the last photo. Gorgeous, right?)
-- and finally two paint-by-numbers I found at a thrift store last year.
There you have it - a tour of our gallery wall. I think I'm going to change the waterfall picture when I paint new ones that I like so we have a rotating display. I just glued a hook on the back and hung the canvas up which will make it easy to change it with new paintings.
Have you jumped on the gallery wall bandwagon?
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