Artwork for walls doesn’t have to be limited to photographs and paintings. Some of the most visually interesting pieces are three dimensional and can be found most anywhere.
Shelving, baby’s chairs, dinner plates and even old doors can be used as artwork to create an aesthetically pleasing look in any room.
A primitive window frame brings the outdoors into this room and gives the appearance of an additional window in the space.
The window is accented with nostalgic additions such as a small bird, birdhouse and a floral vine to add both color and character.
Such pieces can be found anywhere, such as a flea market, or passed down by a family member.
This particular frame was built by hand in the early 1920s and passed down through the family. Once hidden away in an old barn, now it has a new life as a piece of artwork as well as a reminder of family memories.
Contact interior designer Molly McLean at firstname.lastname@example.org.