1/4/08

please help me!


please help me!
Originally uploaded by thefarmersdaughter

This is the problem- that big empty wall space. I am currently in the process of re working this room. The large orange wall hanging is staying, the kiss painting too, but that leaves approx 8 ft of empty wall. What to do with it? The entire wall is approx 20 ft long (some parts aren't visable in this pic. Any ideas??? And yes, those blonde wood chairs are going to be re covered in something else that matches the new color scheme.....

5 comments:

drwende said...

What would happen if the table were centered on the orange wall-hanging (or vice-versa, whichever is easier to move)?

lorijo said...

I couldn't sit at the end of the table. The orange wall handing can't move, it's covering up a large built in (that I hate). See, I have an issue....

Mella DP said...

With the two existing pictures so large, you do run the risk of overcrowding, so I'd go with something substantial (not puny, since it's between two big pieces) but which doesn't take up too much horzontal space. Something long and narrow, or a long, narrow column of several things - I'm seeing something sculptural, rather than more art/framed/flat pieces.

drwende said...

Aaaaahhhhh. I should have guessed that you'd have thought of the obvious already. In that case, I concur with Mella that something long, narrow, and sculptural would be the way to go. How do you feel about architectural salvage?

lorijo said...

I love salvage! I hadn't thought sculptural. Thank you!