I mean, really?! In. the. middle. of. the. wall?!
Using an array of frames in wood tones (to play off the window box storage baskets) and white I created a little gallery wall to draw attention away from the awkwardly placed (aka bothersome) light switch plate. I think mission: disguise the switch plate was a success.
As for the actual art used the horse prints are vintage paint by numbers I picked up at a local thrift shop (Street Scene). I've been kind of obsessed with vintage paint by numbers lately. This cute pair came already framed in these rich wood toned frames. The scrabble art I made using some scrabble coasters I bought over a year ago at a local coffee shop (Coffee Times).
I laid the scrabble coasters over some patterned scrapbook paper and used white frames from Target.
A little love and.......
and a P for Phillips.
For the last frame I used a scrap piece of fabric and layered a dried magnolia leaf on top.
Why a dried magnolia leaf?
Because they're free. I have buckets of them in my front yard. Plus I liked that the brown color tied in nicely with the color of the wood frames.
The horseshoe mirror is an old diy project.
How do you deal with bothersome light switches in your home?
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