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Nguni Head

What does it look like in the offices of psychologists in New York City? Photographer Saul Robbins captures it all in his series — and all from the perspective of the patient. See the photos here: slate.me/1985tsZ

  • Pamela
    Pamela

    Which one would you feel most comfortable in? Union Square 2008 seems most chilled and homely to me.

  • Lee van Loggerenberg
    Lee van Loggerenberg

    Really didn't gravitate to any especially - just the idea. I'm leaning towards more of a wood, steam punk kind of look myself ;)

Steven Gambrel | Elle Decor... via simply smitten...

A room with a view... #indooroutdoor #gallerywall #windowwall

Cute clay animals!

Showcase your beautiful jewelry! Use all that glassware you have lying around for displays. via: www.bhg.com/...

Love this horizontal-frame gallery...

Scott-Eaton iPad Docking Station

An ingenious idea for hanging things artfully.

Mark a horizontal mid-line on the wall, and hang all pictures above or below it. :)

Picture frame book cases

Little wearable plants! Secret Suprise Dome Pendant.

Instagram display - it's just one picture. DIY instructions, print for only $6 @ Costco -- such a fun idea for a photo collage and a great addition to a gallery wall!

Looking to display some of your favorite treasures? These glass showcase boxes are perfect for making sure everyone sees the items you love most.

A link to a tutorial to make your own nifty cake stands.

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Lapin dome $176

Glass cabinet wall

supersize it ~ wall art

Mirror with Jewelry Storage

Maps

built in display in stairwell

jewellery storage

vintage window --> coffee table

narrow, same colour as background, unobtrusive display