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Artsy Walls: Phara from Your Mirror Or Mine

Phara from the blog, Your Mirror Or Mine, would like to share a wall in her living room that she’s fond of. This display reminds me of a clock face, each picture a number around the mirror in the center. I like to see a creative grouping like this, and how it can make each piece so much more interesting when some thought it given to the arrangement.

Here’s another nice arrangement she has in her home. I know we should be looking at the walls here, but I can’t take my eyes off of these black chairs. Drool.

Thanks, Phara!

Have a wall to share with us today? Send me your website/blog URL, your name, and your images (or a link to them): decor8blog{at}yahoo{dot}com

(image from your mirror or mine)

Posted by decor8 in Arts + Crafts, Rooms on April 17, 2007

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  1. Abby commented
    April 17th, 2007 at 7:50pm

    What a fun idea! One of the better pieces of advice in the recent issue of InStyle Home was “don’t take yourself too seriously” and I think that’s a great thing to keep in mind with art walls. Thanks for asking everyone to share their wall, Holly!

  2. Jennifer commented
    April 22nd, 2007 at 8:40pm

    those black chairs look like they’re probably chiavari chairs, like you’d rent for a (nicer) party or wedding. they’re really light weight and a lot of rental companies carry them in various colors and then offer a variety of cushion colors to choose from. I’d bet if there’s a place near you that rents party tables and chairs you’d probably be able to purchase a couple of them direct.
    I’ve worked with them so long in the special events industry, and it never occurred to me to use them at home as accent chairs – they look so much better than I ever would have thought!

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