More ideas from cathy
Molly, Love the chair.  I am struggling with this chair vs. something more comfortable, like a chair and a half.  I guess it depends on the space in the room.

lovely Grey chair and walls with quatrefoil framed mirror. (similar to dad's chair. idea for when time to recover it)

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floating shelves in a nice rustic-y wood // DIY-Floating-Shelf-Tutorial - half bath on main floor could use some pretty storage space. Great for master bath.the problem solved for the space over bathtub.

Save yourself the frustration -- and your walls the trauma -- of hanging, and rehanging, and rehanging a grouping of art. Instead, trace each piece on kraft paper, label the tracing, and cut it out. If you're hanging portraits, draw arrows on the paper to indicate which way the subject is looking. Use painter's tape to try out placements and arrangements without covering your wall with holes.

HANG PICTURES // Cut scrap paper to the size of the frame and mark the nail location on the paper. Using painter's tape, move the paper templates around the wall until satisfied. Then hammer the nail through the marks. Remove the paper template and hang!

Photogallery up stairwell - great BLOG for decorating ideas

Instructions on how to do a stairwell picture display. I would like to try this on the left side of the stairs leading up to the game room. Like a "family wall.

Centered: This simple layout requires minimal effort. Just choose one or two frames to center and align the left and right sides with one another.

Centered: This simple layout requires minimal effort. Just choose one or two frames to center and align the left and right sides with one another. How to create a photo wall gallery from Pottery Barn