This specialized approach combines pictures with molding Picture walls are always a challenge. Getting the arrangement and spacing just right always takes careful calculation. In the past we’ve shown general Ways to Hang Picture Walls and I also walked through my planning for the Antique Print Picture Wall in our apartment after I purchased a [...]
How I created a random looking, 14-piece group for my daughter’s new living room. Our youngest daughter (DD2) bought a house over a year ago. Built in the mid-90′s, it hasn’t been updated. Needless to say, there has been a lot to do to bring it up-to-date while filling the wants and needs of a [...]
Sets make an impact when there are multiple rows and frames are the same size After hanging the set of six Alexandre Bivort antique prints in my dining room (the ones purchased at auction last January), I began exploring what to do on the adjacent wall. I still haven’t decided but a glimpse of a [...]
Odd vs. Even? What about hybrid odd and and even numbers of rows? Creating a successful wall often comes down to calculations based on how many pieces are available to hang in a single area, the size of each, and their scale (relative size) compared to the total wall area. In addition it’s important to [...]
A mini-tour of the house with a specific focus: picture walls Anyone who watched Top Design would remember host India Hicks, daughter of British design icon David Hicks who was known for mixing bold colors and combining antiques with modern furniture. Ms. Hicks has been involved in many style projects and lives in the Bahamas [...]
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