Sunday, August 21, 2011

Small spaces, Small murals


It's the details that personalize a room. 
Some might think they need a huge wall for a mural
but they don't. 
A painting can be small,
 yet make a big statement.

This beach scene was painted
in the space above door leading to the sunroom.
What makes this special is that it reflects
the family's enjoyment of the lakeshore.
It's personal.

Powder rooms offer more small spaces to decorate.
This little scene is only viewed
 when the door is closed.


This mural is a bit larger.
The space arround the tub
became a canvas for a garden scene
in a master bath without a window.


Are there any small spaces in your home
that might benefit from an unexpected dab of paint?

...and if painting isn't possible,
try hanging an art print for a splash of color.

Enjoy!








2 comments:

  1. Hi Sharon,
    Sorry it has taken me so long to get to thank you for your great suggestions about my great room on Design Challenge. I really like what you said about painting the back of the shelves, wall papering or lining with cloth. I am going to do one of these.
    Your murals are absolutely gorgeous! I wish I had that talent.

    All the best,

    ♥charlotte

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  2. Love the powder room mural... well, love all of them, but that one especially! Like walking into another little world...

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