You may recall the POST I did a few weeks ago about the big boring brick wall over the sofa in my loggia.
Well, here it is.
I showed you some examples of outdoor art that I was considering purchasing to hang here and asked you what you thought. You guys had lots of great opinions but it was Bliss who got my mind churning and caused me to switch gears. Here is her comment:
Uumm……a piece of white washed wood.
I’m thinking, I’m thinking….
Eureka! I already had this great architectural salvage shelf that is chippy white and large and horizontally oriented!
Is this not the perfect piece for this space?
I had it hanging the other way (with the shelf on the top) inside, but my husband had the great idea of hanging it this way to form the shelf on the bottom!
Here are a couple pics of it hanging in the basement gameroom.
Do you have any idea what this is made from?
Do any of you know what the center panel is?
It has amazing carved detail.
The cobalt blue bottles are actually Arizona Tea bottles. They make great flower vases. I’m not sure they even make the blue bottles anymore. Anyone know?
I wanted to play around with some color, so I used mason jars with food-colored water.
Not sure if I like the blue or the green better. What do you think?
I love this piece in the loggia and I can’t thank Bliss enough for giving me the idea. It’s not white washed and I didn’t use a graphic from the Graphics Fairy (yet!), but I think it’s perfect for now.
And, best of all, it was free!!!
Oh, back to the guessing part.
What is this shelf made from? The front was actually a …..
The first person to comment and guess it correctly will get a little surprise from me!!!
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