(Closed) Wall Decor Help!

posted 4 years ago in Home
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee

Pinterest has a lot of placement ideas.

Post # 4
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

krstino1012:  Do you have pics of the rest of the room or a room layout?

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I would not try to centre anything on that wall. I would divid the wall by the placement of furnishing and art.  I think that beautiful cabonet you have should be in the Dining area centre with the table. Then hang a nice thick dark framed round mirror above the cabinet, or even one of those mirrors with spikes around it. Like in the photo i posted, just make sure it is a large size mirror. On the other 1/2 of the room I would make a nice family photo wall. Something like what I posted. I find this will define the 2 spaces, instead of not really knowing where one space end and one begins.

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Buzzing Beekeeper

We have the same dining room table chairs and I think the same table. 

justagirlfirst:   That was my exact thought too. You beat me to the punch!

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

 

krstino1012:  Since there is no room in your dinning room for your cabinet I would place the cabinet on the family room side. Then do the same family photo wall (posted in the above thread) above the cabinet I would also and place photo in frames on the cabinet like you have along side table nice lamp. This cabinet will now become family room furniture. I would still hang a nice mirror (possibly that star mirror) on the wall in the dining room. The star mirror will pull your chandlier to a perfect balance of bling in that space.

I also would paint out that wall to the same color of your other walls. That wall is too large and awkward to be a focal wall. Your furnature and cluster photo’s should be the focus, letting the wall fade into the openness of the beautiful space.

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