How To: Display Shelf.

Trudging through this week. Trudging. I'm on the verge of fully embracing doing nothing but getting through this week. On the verge. I was thinking last night that I would make this my last post until we get back but then I woke up and it is currently 37 degrees in our house and I thought that I might as well capitalize on staying under the covers with my coffee for a bit longer. Plus, it feels really weird to do my end of year post on the 19th. The end of the year is still decades away. 

I'm going to lunch with a friend today and heading over to West Elm to return some stuff I bought including this duvet. I have to say that the quality sucks, it is super thin and the pattern looks cheap. Totally disappointing. I might splurge and get something from John Robshaw for the bed. They are having a sweet 20% off sale through the holidays if you spend 250$ or more (I'm pretty sure you can't spend under 250$ and walk out the door at John Robshaw). I'm thinking this or this. Thoughts? 

Last week I talked about gallery walls and, really, who isn't talking about gallery walls? I like them and I am fully in the midst of creating one but let's all agree that they are a little {a lot} played out right now. Agreed? So instead of filling up all of your walls with a layout of frames another great option that I personally love is a single shelf. The great part about a shelf is that you can display all sorts of things you love, not just framed art. It also adds a nice dimensional element. Instead of everything laying flat on the wall you get some depth.

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Um. Number 6? Yep, the crosses. I want those. Don't dare buy them unless you are buying them for me. K, thanks.

More inspiration after the jump!


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