We've lived in our home for about a year and a half and as much as I would like to perfect every room in the house at this very moment, I also realize it's just not possible. Instead I'm taking it one room at a time and really making sure each room is one we want to live with for the long term - because I like to change things up often (and I know that drives my husband crazy)!
I started working on the master bedroom a couple of months ago. After I finished installing the shiplap accent wall I realized I didn't have a vision for our room yet so our lovely master bedroom sat half-finished for a few months. The bright white walls and unpainted shiplap drove me crazy whenever I walked into the room. As most of my clients know, when I design a room I usually get a vision of what I want the entire room to look like (right down to the details of the decor on the wall). It took awhile for our master bedroom design to come to me but now I'm almost done with the overhaul (stay tuned for a full look later this month!) and I can't wait to share it with you!
I saw an adorable canvas wall hanging for sale when my mom and I were checking out the new At Home store a couple of months ago. It was a large canvas with the most beautiful black and white photo of a highland cow. Something about it really struck a chord with me and I was still thinking about his furry face a few months later when the vision for the master bedroom finally came to me. I could picture him on a black wall (yes - I painted a wall black!) right above the bed. I searched high and low for a similar one online but couldn't justify spending $165 for a canvas. I am not a fan of the way canvases look anyways so I decided to take matters into my own hands and build a frame that fit my vision!
7. Hang your poster and gush over that gorgeous highland cow every time you walk into your room!
Making your own hanging poster frame? Be sure to share pictures and tag us!
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