A couple of weeks ago, I blogged over on Her View From Home about some fantastic FREE state art. I chose Arizona and Maine to be featured on the Dream’s upcoming gallery wall:
Those are the two states where the hubs and I have history together. Personally, I’ve lived in 10 states and it might be fun to do a collage of all of them at some point. Which is just what my friend Danielle did.
She read my Her View from Home post and was inspired to put this fun piece together – that’s displayed in her kitchen. Here’s her email:
Her adorable son Miles is having his big FIRST birthday party this weekend. Here he is with the new artwork:
And here is his big brother – and big personality – Jax, showing off mom’s handiwork:
Aren’t they CUTE?!
Danielle and I go way back to Portland, Maine – where we were both reporters at WMTW-TV. We weathered many a blizzard together! Danielle and her husband, Guy have lived in many states together – and this funky statement (see what I did there?) is a great conversation piece for their home.
Danielle is now a professional photographer, based in Massachusetts. If you need someone to shoot your baby (with a camera!), your wedding, your family, etc… she’s your gal. Check out her website here. She’s also incredibly gifted with PhotoShop and helped design some amazing invites for Kenton’s upcoming (fast!) first birthday party. I’ll be sharing those soon.
Also, Danielle has one little problem area in her kitchen – and would like some thoughts on what to do with it…
Here is a pic of the space above our stove. I’m stumped as what to do there. There is a pic there for now… but I’d love some help from you and your readers for ideas.
- DIY subway art (similar to my Sunshine piece in the nursery) – would be big and bold to fill the space and could be a clever/catchy phrase for the kitchen.
- Spray paint a fancy outdoor welcome mat and put a clock on it, like Leslie did.
- Find a wrought iron piece (likely at a vintage or flea market) that fits the space.
Lovely readers, what do you think? Do you like any of those ideas – or have another to share with Danielle?!
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