EVER CHANGING WALLS

Bacall FrameHello! Bleak and dreary outside today, so I took to a little interior decorating. We sold our television a while back and the log burner is another winter away, so we need something lovely to look at, hence my installing new wall decoration and as many candles as possible for that flickering flame feeling.Bacall FrameFraming MemoriesWith such a lovely big stretch of white wall, I decided it was time to frame some of the prints we have collected over the years. They have been forever rolled up in tubes and hidden in a box, waiting until we had the right space. I usually pick up small frames and pictures in junk shops and then hammer tiny holes all over the walls, but with these bigger prints needing homes and my collection of vintage seaside photographs also gathering dust in a bowl on the table, I wanted a cleaner look, so went for Habitat Frames and used their lovely Rona oak frame for my beloved bear in a box, and a Bacall clear glass display frame for my jolly seaside snaps. Framing MemoriesThe old photos look so pretty suspended in between the glass and the white frame keeps them looking tidy. The bear seemed like he would suit a wooden frame more being from the forest and all. I am sure he will make his way into the bedroom once we have a bed and know how high he can be hung, but for now I am on strict orders not to nail anything to the walls until all the furniture and everything is in place! What have you been up to on the dismal day, or is there sunshine where you are?! xRona Oak Frame

3 Responses to “EVER CHANGING WALLS”

  1. Carol Cook says:

    I hate to tell you that on our little part of the California coast, it feels more like summer than winter.

    You created a wonderfully artistic display and I too love your “bear in a box”.

  2. Candy Pop says:

    Hello! Your home is so dreamy – I love the framed old photos. Just read your gorgeous post on Laura Ashley. You have exquisite taste!

  3. I love all your displays, the vintage photos are beautiful. I’ve been inside, busy sewing for a Christmas exhibition.

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