I found this darling portrait of this little boy and added antique and vintage items that I already had.
I am still not sure if I am on board with this one but my husband loves it.
The photo wall that I created in my hallway is very difficult to photograph since it is in a long, dark, narrow hallway. Here is the wall before. This hallway is twice this long and very narrow. It needed something that filled up the space without making the already narrow hallway seem more narrow.
I purchased this mirror from Aaron brothers for $100 on sale. I chose the mirror as the centerpiece of my gallery wall because it repeats the color of my wood floors and the trim on the windows on the main floor of the house. This hallway is up the stairs but can be viewed from the two story entryway below.
Sadly all of the frames except the tiny one below the mirror which I ordered from my framer (Artistic Hangups) I already owned and were stashed away in a closet.
I used the mirror as my color and texture guide. All of the frames repeat the hues in the mirror for continuity.
Here is the finished product. I wish I could show you more. I am really happy with the simplicity of the design. At the other end of the hall is a stack of boxes in various woods and colors that the same tones.
Stop over and see the other designer’s completed gallery walls. I know they are going to have some fabulous examples for us all to see.
Maryanne and I want to thank these amazing ladies for joining us in this little adventure. We feel so fortunate to have had such a talented group! We are planning to do more of these small projects in the future. We would love to hear from you. Is there a particular design project that you find particularly challenging and would like help with? Let us know in the comment section.