Last week, I said I was ready to make some changes, to be a little more bold in my home.
And I started with a gallery wall made up some of my favorite collected vintage treasures.
Here is where I started – nice but safe.
Why just one picture on that wall when I had so many things I loved in storage?
I don’t know what was holding me back – but I decided to make a change and fill this space – one of the highest traffic spots of our home – with things that we love.
And my favorite part, the shelf, which is actually a vintage tray, can be changed out at any time. Both inside the shelf and on top of it.
I just found these boot molds last week and I could not walk away from them. They make me smile when I walk past them.
I love the picture that was there – and it has found a great new spot – but this new arrangement fills the space so much better.
This picture used to hang in my Grandfather’s office, and the “Open” sign was a very meaningful gift from a treasured friend.
There is a spot for magazines and decorative treasures.
A drop spot for all that ends in pockets and one of my all time favorite pictures.
And who doesn’t need a couple of lonely vintage Noah’s Arc animals?
And I finally have found a place to appropriately display our beautiful family photos.
And this is just the first step. Another grouping has already been completed and two more are in the works.
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