decor8

April 21, 2007 at 9:05 am 1 comment

hallway view towards livingroom

I’m a big fan of the blog decor8. Its one of the blogs I regularly read and lust over. A couple of days ago I noticed that she was posting pictures of readers art collections: arty walls. So I had to send pics of my dining room and hallway which I think are both very arty and cool. There are more images of the hallway here in my Flickr set, go see what you think.

She posted the hall of postcards! I feel so lucky to have been blogged by Holly. Her blog rocks. Go visit decor8.

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Entry filed under: art, design, home decor, my house.

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  • 1. Teresa Hardy  |  October 4, 2007 at 12:07 am

    Wow! I’m impressed. I have had this box of about 800 vintage postcards that I’ve been saving to do a project like this with for years. I have not figured out how to do it though. I always thought it would be nice to preserve the card so people could take them off the wall and read the backs but maybe that’s just too much work. Do you mind telling me how you did it? If you have time, I’d really appreciate hearing about it. You can post to my blog at http://tcarole.livejournal.com/ if you don’t get my email address in this post.

    Great job. I just love it.

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