I have been watching this picture since last year and it finally went on sale. I rushed to purchase it - so thrilled that I was finally getting it! I put it up on my mantle, where I
plan to hang it ... stepped back and thought, "geez ... that's much bigger than it looked in the store". It's HUGE!
Now I'm torn. :-( I love the picture but I think maybe it is too large for this space. I have 9 ft. ceilings. What do you guys think? Too big? Can I do something to make it work? (not raise the ceiling of course) Flank it with sconces or something?
Many thanks for everyone who commented on a prior post about Restore paint. I really appreciated all the great comments and put them into action on my most recent project with the
product-which I'd not used before. The before and after pics tell a great story! If you want all the details and some tips that might be helpful they're all on my blog post. Have a great weekend. http://www.homerepairtutor.com/restore-paint...
Commented on Jun 02, 2012
i see your from Pittsburgh born and raised but now live in Ohio about 1hr away you did a
i remove my border bulk head paper that was on there for 10 yrs and now i am left with yellow glue fro the paper i scraped the paper off using vingar and water didnt take the glue off help anysuggestions what i should do Thanks in advance
Commented on May 27, 2012
woodbridge thank you so much great help will try that tomorrow and let you know
The Mad Planter adds a fun, topsy-turvy look to any garden or backyard! With a little primer and spray paint, some cheap terracotta flower pots, and a piece of rebar (ask your husband,
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