My Giant Filled Living Room Wall

CIMG0426 The wall in our living room is the biggest wall in the house.  I have big dreams of a floor to ceiling bookcase surrounding our gigantic I-love-my-husband-TV.  But we have some other things we need to take care of before tackling that project.  So until then, I keep on filling it up with more frames, plates, numbers, etc. CIMG0305{How did I hang that butterfly plate you ask?  I saw on The Nester’s Tumblr that you can hot glue a paper clip to the back of your plate!  Brilliant!  The husband is not convinced it is the safest but when I am home alone with out a plate holder, a girls gotta do what a girls gotta do!} CIMG0306I dug through my hutch for unused white plates…CIMG0419 Printed out paper letters to tape on plates…CIMG0307CIMG0309 More frames to spray paint…CIMG0418Thrift store house numbers to hang…CIMG0421 It is a bit crazy, I will confess, but I like it.  And yes, that is my bike.  Don’t worry, I don’t ride it around the house.  We got one of those back wheel exercise thingy-ma-bobbers so I can exercise on it in the house.  It is a permanent member to our living room because me burning calories is just as important as the decor… CIMG0423What do you have filling up your walls?



7 comments:

  1. some might say crazy, i say perfection!

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  2. I just love it! I'm a big fan of the guitars, wish Ryan would let me display his too. xo Vanessa

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  3. Nothing yet. Just finished painting. Now I'm afraid to put anything up...it might go in the wrong place and make a mark on my perfect walls. I know, I need to get a grip.

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  4. The tv in my living room is on 18ft tall wall. We centered the tv off the stairs and one wall but towards the top of the wall we have two windows that are centered between the two walls. I've been trying to figure out how to decorate so the tv isn't so obviously off center from the windows. This would be a great option. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  5. My dad's banjo is on one wall with black and white photos of his family. Another wall is filled with really old black and white photos of family from the late 1800s/early 1900s. I love old family photos. :)

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  6. Very innovative way to hang your stuff. I just did a gallery/salon wall myself and love it too.

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