My Julia Rothman Luxury Apt print finally came back from the frame shop. I had it mounted against a soft blue background because I love the look of the raw edges on the print. I spent an hour deciding on this frame, I drifted from wood to white to silver and although I disliked it with polished silver, the matte silver with lots of texture (mostly lines) won.
Because it’s silkscreened and I don’t want it to fade, I had the framer use UV glass to protect it. I don’t know where it will end up, perhaps the living room or the office, but for now it will hang out on my credenza until it finds a home.
My credenza is the unofficial parking lot in our house, the transition space, limbo land. It’s where I put everything until I’ve decided on it’s final destination. And when it comes to art, I’m careful not to install it quickly as I prefer to live with it first. Julia has such beautiful prints, and she’s a really nice person, which makes shopping from her a pleasure. :)
(image by holly becker for decor8)