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  • Catherine Jordan

    Living room, wall art- love this framing idea with slender table underneath

  • Lori Newman

    Idea for filling a long blank wall. Like those baskets under the tables and the gallery wall using white frames above the tables

  • Jahz Pagsisihan-Santos

    note that the frames are different sizes: this might be a perfect idea for over the side table in the dining room, and a place to spotlight my favorite non-family photos!

  • Tobi Connors

    Idea for my living room wall - great symmetry - Love the wall color, gallery wall and woven baskets

  • Lindsay Jones

    A long, empty wall presents both obstacles and opportunities. Side-by-side console tables are a smart solution in this living room, as they fill the space and can function as a buffet. Dining chairs flanking both ends provide extra seating for large groups and can easily be moved to accommodate extra guests. The gallery wall's mix of vertical and horizontal frames provides an unexpected touch.

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A console table for right behind the couch. Place a lamp on it. Drawers for papers from the kids - "in," "out," "file," etc. instead of a shelf? Bins underneath could hold a selection of board games, coffee table books, throw blankets, baby toys, more video game accessories (I KNOW - we have a lot).