Now that winter is here, I’ve found some time for some projects around my house. One of the main ones was to work on giving our basement family/play room a little, much-needed makeover. Because of the foundation, we have this weird ledge down there making it difficult to decorate around. I decided that I wanted to do a grouping of gallery wrapped canvases down there, and rather than hanging them, I’d figured I’d try to use the ledge to my advantage and lean them on there. Of course, the images from our session with Erin were perfect. I just love how they turned out, so I have to share! In the middle is a 24×30 and the other four are all 16×20’s. Now to figure out what to put on the windows.
And while I’m at it, I may as well share this one that has been up for quite some time now. This is a 24×36 gallery wrap hanging above the couch in our living room. You can see what a difference it makes when you go large with wall prints. Imagine if I had hung an 8×10 or even an 11×14 there? Especially in a room like this that has vaulted ceilings. I love this image of my kids so much. Even more than a year later, I still love looking at it every day. (Sorry for the wonky lighting in this photo.)
I know many of my clients have purchased large prints and wall galleries for their homes. I would love it if you all would share them with me on my Everyday Art Facebook page, now that you have them all hung up! I may even have a $25 Target gift card for one lucky person who posts a photo of how they have their prints displayed between now and the end of January! And, well, if you still don’t have them hung up yet, here’s an incentive for you to get to work. 🙂