I need your help, people!
One of my most prized possessions is my For Like Ever framed poster that was my farewell present from my old work. Gosh they have good taste (that's you, Joanne!)
It's been moved around my little unit for the last two years with no permanent home.
I finally decided I had to do something with it when I had friends over for dinner a few weeks ago and in a red wine daze, I walked into the table that was in front of the poster and smashed the glass to smithereens.
I know, I know, what was it doing behind a table?
So, where do you suggest?
Looks great above the couch. I think this is a front runner. But I don't have two windows for it to sit between. Can doorways have the same effect? This, I can do!
I do love it as part of a cluster wall, but I don't have a big enough wall for this to work.
I do have a fireplace but the question is, does it hang above . . .
. . . or rest on the mantelpiece?
The floor is a very cool look.
I especially like how this is hidden behind a chair.
But I know I'd back into it and smash the glass again.
The layering effect could work for me . . . it can hide the scratches in the print from where the glass sliced it.
But again, a hazard on the floor don't you think?
Two yeas ago I had it above my bed but I thought that was bad juju. There's no way I want to be a single gal in that bed alone . . . For Like Ever. So it was taken down after a couple of months of well, drought.
So the bedroom is out.
But this looks so cool . . .
Anna Spiro does it so well. I could do a hall stand . . .
And here she's popped it in a nook - a cute feature of my own little house.
But visitors don't really see the nook. Unless they're on their way to the bathroom.
And it's kind of dark in there.
Back to the living room - this pic shows how it works even in the narrowest of wall spaces.
In my little shoebox of a home, I think I'm going to have to settle for something similar. Maybe just inside the front door?
Stay tuned - I might have a popular vote and take you on a tour of my home!