The first time I put them up, I ended up with some empty spots, which delayed the reveal a couple weeks. Then once I had the additional letters, I did some rearranging to balance the colors and font styles.
Before our dining room walls were nothing exciting, and I had a wrought iron etagere in the far corner.
I've been pondering several wall art projects for a while now. What I almost put on the walls were black and white vacation photos framed in matching black frames with white mats, like I saw in the condo we stayed at in Vancouver last summer.
(Clearly those last three photos were taken before I learned about white balance! Boy does it make a difference!)
I don't even remember what it was that changed my mind from the framed photos to the vintage letters, but I'm glad I decided on something a little unusual. I can always tone things down and do something more conservative later, but I'm enjoying the zaniness of vintage letter R's all over my dining room walls now!
I believe The Mr. and The Teen think I'm nuts. They haven't exactly been shouting their approval. But that's pretty hard to come by, so I try to do what makes me happy!
What was your latest project that was a bit on the zany side?
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