I've had this little black lacquer box hanging around for over a year. It's good as is, but on the dark metal table I have it on, it blended right in.
All I did was drill a hole in the center and add a knob I had laying around.
Now it has just enough of a something to make it special.
So while I was looking through these photos I decided to play around with some ideas I have had floating around in my head for some empty wall spots. Here's the photo from above that got me thinking about it. I've been looking for something to go on either side of the floor mirror in the kitchen nook. And have also been on the look out for a set of three round graduating mirrors for the space of wall to the right of the window, beside the gray chair in the living room.
Here's what I'm wanting to do. Framed bird prints on either side of the floor mirror. And some warm, chunky wood mirrors for the narrow wall in the living room. Doesn't it look SO much better?!! I'll wait while you scroll up and down while going "blah. ooo! blah. ooo!" :)
Since we've last talked I've also brought in these pillows I had originally made for the dining room out of Kravet's Latika in Shadow. And in one of the photos you can see the new coffee table. We actually ended up switching it out for a different color though.
So, now I'll be on the hunt for large bird prints that aren't stupid expensive. Let me know if you have any ideas for places I can find them cheap! And I'll be trying to recreate those mirrors since the darn things are no longer available from Ballard. Poop.