First of all, thanks for all your kind and funny comments yesterday. It's good to know I'm not alone in my odd idiosyncrasies. Your comments all made me smile. And I hope we can still be friends even if I don't like Pride and Prejudice. (And maybe I'll try the Keira Knightly one some of you mentioned :)
Today I'm going to show you how I redecorated my master bedroom wall without spending a dime. We are one a really tight budget right now, which makes it hard when you want to change things up. Well, I had a couple of shelves on the wall before, but Rex accidentally pulled one down and the wall needed a change.
Here is what it looks like now. (By the time I finished it it wasn't as bright in the room, so the photos are as clear as I wanted.)
Okay, let's break it down from left to right. The first frame I already had from my college years. The cage looking thing I bought several months ago. I wanted to put it in the kitchen with fruit in it, but I didn't have any space for it. So, it sat on my floor for a really long time. Now it holds an vintage dictionary and some decorative balls. (The cage was from TaiPan if you're in Utah.)
The giant leaf was a table decoration from a long time ago. I didn't have a place for it anymore, but I still loved it.
So, I tied a string between the feet on it so I could hang it on the wall.
The vase was from HERE. I had a frame that happened to fit around it perfectly. I just removed the glass and hung it.
The tiny crate thing was from a thrift shop and I bought it several months ago for a buck.
I just added a little vinyl and left space to throw in a picture or a small object.
The patterned frames were from an old post I did HERE. The door knob picture is one I took a while back, but recently just added HERE to my etsy shop along with another one that makes a great set with it. I might still add a couple tiny things. We'll see.
And there you have it. A new look for free. I like free. My husband really likes free.
Thanks for dropping in.