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Picture frames and corner shelves, so easy!

Corner photo frames. (Hummm, neat idea, but uncertain on photos wrapping around the corner. The frames could meet up on the edge, but think the frames still might be best if they met in the corner but that each wall had its own photo frame.

Corner frames...gotta find some of these!

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 like this idea, but we have no outside corners in our house (that don't have doors).

I'm going to create a frame like this for our hallway!

Love the picture- entire building. Made me think of my happiest building and getting a picture of it.

The Swedish brokers must be the best in the world to promote and style their apartments for sale. Alvhem Brokerage in Gothenburg is the best of them all.

@Laurie Dyer - There's a b photo at the thrift store that I can't get out of my head. It's of a native woman and her daughter (Guatemalan?). The woman is looking away and the girl is facing the camera. It's gorgeous but it doesn't mean anything to me except that I like it. Do I bring it into my house or pass? What if I look it up and find out their story?

Corner Photo Frames....where???? the little notch above the rocking chair - the entry to our bedroom...good idea.

To add faux architectural interest in the living room, cover one blank wall with a collection of cheap frames—find them at discount stores or flea markets. Paint the frames the same shade as the wall color—it's an effect that mimics texture. Choose a high-gloss paint finish on the frames to add shimmer and sophistication and to make them pop from the wall."—

The blog is not in English, but no language necessary for hanging pictures with these great examples!