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Ever see a piece of art that you love, but just don't think it'll fit with the style of your space?!? Remind yourself that if you love it, you'll make it work in you home! This fun piece offers a dose of whimsy above an entryway console and we're sure it's the perfect conversation piece when guests enter the space!


Lauren Cohan's Home Decor by Interior Designer Brian Patrick Flynn

We've shared this idea before, but the execution here is just lovely. Have a favorite passage from a much loved book blown up to an oversize image and have it custom framed to fit your style and space. This makes for a fantastic gift idea too! Think a page from a classic children's book for a nursery, love poem for a wedding gift, inspiring passage for a new graduate, etc. Brilliant!


The New Victorian Ruralist

Don't have space in your entryway for many furnishings?? Sometimes a fantastic - and BIG - work of art perfectly fills the space. Such is the case in this contemporary home. We'd add a water gilded float frame is call it D.O.N.E. Perfection!!


Contemporary White Entry with Oversized Art


2014 Fall One Room Challenge


The Pink Pagoda: 2014 Fall One Room Challenge || Final Week

Julie Hillman Design - Projects - Park Avenue Apartment

from Classic Play!

Bold Brilliant Beautiful You

Amazing art inspiration... Have a favorite passage in a book?! Why not have it transformed into art by working with your local custom framer to enlarge the page/passage and beautifully frame it for your space!?!


Bold Brilliant Beautiful You | What I Need... - Classic Play!

The Most Beautiful Places to visit in New York City, USA

from Architectural Digest

A Historic NYC Apartment Gets a Glamorous Update from Designer Christina Murphy

Designer @christinamurphyinteriors refers to this seating area as "the spot where people gather at the end of the night to have one more drink than they should.” Tour the rest of the glamorously updated New York City apartment on the site now. Photo by @sargentphoto


A Historic NYC Apartment Gets a Glamorous Update from Designer Christina Murphy | Architectural Digest