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    • Susie QStamps

      Hang old shutters on either side of an old window frame (hung above an entryway table). Hang a wreath, add some art on either side of the shutters and a charming vignette is made.

    • Heather Bowers

      Hang old shutters on either side of either a mirror or an old picture window (hung above an entryway table). Hang a wreath, add some pictures/art on either side of the shutters, and add various other decor accents. This is so cute! want to do a version of this above our bed with pictures in the window frames! YES! : ) Love this for the entry way.

    • Amy Hummer-Parkhurst

      Old Window, Shutters, Red Berry Wreath I am LOVING this idea for an entry way!

    • Brandy Brooks

      #foyer #entryway #oldwindow #oldshutters #homedecor

    • Janelle

      I'm totally in love with this decorating idea. An old window, shutters, red berry wreath

    • Beki Nobles

      Red shutters around an old window frame.

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