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Monday, August 2, 2010

Another Simple Solution

A  week  or so ago I told you about how I removed all my photos around the house because it is up for sale. You can read about it here. Well, I had 3 problem areas where my table tops were left empty. I solved the problem on my nightstand by simply printing the letter R and putting it in a chunky frame that I loved.

The table in my foyer was completely empty except for a a plaster artichoke and it looked like this. I had nothing to put there.

 HomeGoods to the rescue! I picked up a wood candlestick and a green candle and borrowed a clock and a couple of books from a couple of areas around the house that wouldn't miss them. No more empty table in the foyer!



Now I need to work on the most difficult and largest void in my house ....
But I do have an idea ......   : )

Glad you stopped by,

Pam


12 comments:

  1. Pam, the vignette on your entry table looks very nice. I hope you sell soon so you can decorate the new house and quit worrying about this one.

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  2. That is a simple solution, it looks great! What are you going to do with that hallway?? Can't wait to see....

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  3. Your foyer looks great! I love what you've done to the wall. Very Elegant!

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  4. YOur foyer table turned out fabulous. I love the candle, clock and pineapple. They look perfect. It is so hard to make a place look nice when you have it for sale. Yours looks gorgeous. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  5. Girl good luck with your sale ..your home is beautiful...Hope you have a GREAT week...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  6. Great idea to fill up the table, it looks crisp and clean! As for the hall of empty photo ledges, I think silk plant vines and candles would look great there!

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  7. I love what you did with the table! I can't wait to see what you do with the hallway.

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  8. Your difficult and largest void in the house will look terrific when you're through with it, I'm betting. You've certainly prepared it for that. thanks for stopping by to see us. Jane F.

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  9. Thanks Pam for joining in on the party today:)

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  10. uh oh, that's a lot of space to fill in that hallway! can't wait to see what you do with it!

    so glad you stopped by the cape on the corner, and i'm so sorry you are not finding any jars of your own. i wasn't looking for them specifically this time, and they just jumped out at me! good luck on your hunt!

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  11. Very simple and elegant!! Can't wait to see what you have planned for the shelves in the hallway!

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  12. Good solution. I agree that homes that were too personalized tend to put me off when we were looking. One home had an enormous wall filled with every school picture of their many children placed in non-matching frames. It was hard to imagine the wall empty. I'll be interested to see what you do with the shelves though.

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