Thankfully I found a great (and more reasonable) company in Duluth willing to work with me and I found the bolts/stand-offs online, 6 for $23 total. Wednesday evening my local handyman who works at Savvy Snoot came over to help me hang my project. Some sweat, selfish prayers, and 3 hours later it was hung. This might not have been the easiest thing to hang but I feel confident this is the last time he will have to do this.
I love it. I know it might not be for everyone but it looks so cool, very different and unique. I was originally thinking I would put something flanking each side of the picture but now I'm not so sure. I can't take all the credit, I copied Baylor Says, she was having a similar predicament as me and her room needed a modern kick in the tush. Wa-La... She flanked hers with brass sconces which looks awesome but I can't decide what to do with mine.... What do you think?
The fabulous artist behind this "Night Peonies"print is Nancy from Cozamia. If you're on pinterest or were on One Kings Lane last week then you might have run across her fabulous work. She even tweaked my print to make the peonies less pink and more coral.
I think this will look really great once we get those other pillow colors with the peacock-navy and coral as anchors on the sofa.
I'm really glad I went with the acrylic frame, since my husband's big
More to come this week on some new additions to our abode as well as updated pics. We had our disciple class from church over so while the house was
nice and clean I snapped some pics of everything. My friend from Nashville also came down this past weekend for some antique-ing at Scott's Antique Roadshow so I'll give a run down on that too.