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Ashley Putnam’s Eclectic Houston Home. I love the black painted wood! Black and white ALWAYS work in interior design. Also, I love the display of wall art..

black and white flooring since we have a 1920's home this would be great in the kitchen or utilitie room

I'm not to sure what the numbers were used for here- BUT I love them, just random artistic numbers that represent special dates, times, lucky numbers, etc.

diagonal stripe floor and amazing green stools (interior design by ilse crawford)

Window treatments: Kelly Wearstler "Imperial Trellis" print in Treillage/Ivory; Chairs: "Chenonceau" print in Charcoal

Love the many framed pieces on the wall. Why, when I try to hang pics like this, does it look messy? Also, Painting Over a Vintage Abstract

An AWESOME way to display family pics orderly. This is done with family holiday cards... reprinted black and white and framed in black frames, so they make both a graphic statement and also tell a fun story.

Creative displays - mats and frames in colors that aren't white!

Scale and clustering take what might be not-so-amazing individual pictures and creates a dynamic graphic (almost library) impression to this stairwell wall. Floor to ceiling placement puts the emphasis on the overall instillation verses the actual art itself. Proving there's greater power in numbers!

Instead of pricey artwork, the Hellmans focused on landscape paintings as a theme, scooping up many for next to nothing at flea markets, then grouping them together for greater impact. They have two rules for the paintings that line their hallway: Each artwork must cost under $100 and include a house. Read more: Renovating an Old House - Before and After Pictures of Home Restoration - Country Living