| image courtesy of This Old Hudson |

A piece of art can hold so much value.  Not monetary value necessarily, but personal value.  It strikes those special chords in the owner.  It makes you smile when you see it, it tugs at your heart strings, makes your creative side sparkle, or perhaps a million other combinations of varying emotions.  When you happen upon that special piece, it deserves a proper place to live.  Or rather, a proper place to shine.  So, why not give it it's own wall?  Allowing the white space to frame the art assists in its' ability to become the highlight of the space.  Small but mighty.

black staircase
| image courtesy of The Nordroom |
vintage portrait
| image courtesy of Domino | photography by Read McKendree |
vintage portrait
| image courtesy of Elizabeth Law Design |
| image courtesy of Avenue Design Studio |
vintage sketch portrait
| image courtesy of Tat London | photography by Tomi Parkkonen |
this old hudson kitchen
| image courtesy of This Old Hudson |
blue bathroom tile

| image courtesy of Nickey Kehoe |

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February 07, 2020 — Shannon Donley
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