Now I know why.
There are to many possibilities, and therefore to many choices involved.
- First you have to gather all the picture and stuff you want to include.
- And than you have to get it up on the wall
I liked using the piano to display the pictures.
(mental note: wipe fingerprints away BEFORE taking pictures)
But it is a little impractical.
So get them up and get it done.
This is what I came up with.
And I was actually more or less happy with the result.
Well, at least until Mr Viking came home.
Have I ever told you that this man has strong convictions?
(that's why I married him!)
Even about pictures and frames and...
... and how they should be hung over a piano.
So this adds a third step to the challenge of creating a picture wall:
3. get your husbands approval
He is my severest critique. As I am his in other areas. This makes us a team.
So I removed some pictures, changed some frames. And it looks like this.
It's possible I'll tweak it a little after a while,
but for now that's it.
I absolutely LOVE your picture wall!! I think Mr. Viking's editing was a good idea. It looks fantastic!
I love it, looks wonderful!
You did a great job arranging them! I love your colors..soooo pretty.
Your wall is gorgeous! I love the sepia pictures with the mix of white/light frames. I just may copy the look whenever I redo mine.
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