Louise Hansen
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A good old fashioned pantry, if you have one, keep it. Wall paper it.

Organization tips for a Kitchen pantry makeover. Jars and containers for the pantry space. house of smiths pantry. Like the wallpaper/contact paper on the back wall.

The New Victorian Ruralist  via FABLE + FLAME at 522 West Short Street in Lexington, Kentucky (Wednesday - Saturday, 11 - 5:30 p.m.)

Moody pic, family photos and drift wood make an interesting cottage wall display The New Victorian Ruralist: FABLE + FLAME Debuts Friday.

In a Nashville house renovated by designer Markham Roberts, an overscale lampshade covered in Schumacher's Sargent silk taffeta proves that an antiques-filled dining room doesn't have to feel formal. Pierre Frey's Mauresque adds an exotic touch to the backs of dining chairs upholstered in Michael S. Smith's Gavle from Jasper.   - HouseBeautiful.com

In a Nashville house renovated by designer Markham Roberts, Pierre Frey's Mauresque adds an exotic touch to the backs of dining chairs upholstered in Michael S. Smith's Gavle from Jasper.

Framed art in varying sizes lends a casual feel. Use every available inch of wall space by hanging artwork from baseboard to crown moulding and around a doorway. This collection is varied in subject matter, size and framing, but it looks cohesive thanks to a colour palette — warm neutrals punctuated with black and white — reflected in the rest of the room. Photos by Chris Tubbs. Source: House & Home Best Decorating 2012 Special Issue

Build a gallery wall around a door frame. the only way I an envision bunching many works of art together (though I'd space them more)