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I have something exactly like the green stitching shown, I should frame it and hang it up.

I think I will gaze at this wall for awhile • Liza Giles' home, via Elle Interiors (Swedish edition, November 2007, No 7 issue) • as photographed by James Merrell • via decor8

OBSESSED with this arrangement of photos and other knick-knacks and the color of this wall! (via the Interior Styling group on Flickr; photographed by Engin Yildiz, styled by Gozde Eker)

A new take on a gallery wall (via Holly Elkins Elkins Elkins Becker)

Liza Giles {designer} by decor8, via Flickr

pillows, frames... i really want to do this (with frames) in our front entry way.

This grouping works because all the the frames are black & the subject matter doesn't have a lot of color either- also, the larger pieces are in the middle. I would have changed out that one brown mat though. Mats are fairly inexpensive to change- it's the framing that's costly. From Domino magazine

Frames all one color. Fun Idea: hang a large empty frame and a smaller framed piece in the middle of the larger one.

I'm thinking a collection of irregular shadow box frames with keepsakes and key photos to chronicle a grown child's life - yep that's YOU

I like the mix of wood, white, and whitewashed frames. I also like the mix of black/white and muted color photos... Not on a white wall though!

I love the idea of an eclectic mix of wall art.