[Looking for Final Clothes-Out? You're in the right place! We just went through a name change.]
Isn't it funny how you go onto Pinterest with the intention of finding a project to do, and then all of a sudden it's an hour later? And you never picked a project because you ended up laughing at Handmade Ryan Gosling for 45 minutes?
So maybe that happened to me yesterday. Ideally I'd like to do one Pinterest project a week, but it keeps pulling me back into its image-y web and I never get anything done. The project I'm showing you today has been done for two weeks and I haven't finished one since. Whoops.
Behold, a couple of new things were added to the frame wall:
If you look at my decor board, you'll see 9,539 picture clusters and gallery walls. It was hard to narrow it down to a few favorites, but what I like about these three is the variety of elements. All of them include little items that aren't "just" pictures:
Taking another gander at the wall in our house, we have shots of the Golden Gate Bridge and Palace of Fine Arts, a 3-D topography map of San Francisco, the Library of Congress, one of our wedding pictures, a map of Manhattan, and an embroidered Illinois canvas:
I'm leaving it alone for now, but it will probably keep expanding since we buy art the way normal people buy food. Case in point: in April there were only two things on this wall. Now there are seven.
Have you done any house updating lately, art-related or otherwise? Anybody else obsessed with gallery walls and frame clusters?
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