Many of us have hang ups that we’d like to let go of, but I don’t think this hang up is one of them.
We have this large 20 ft. high wall in our family room that I have struggled with decorating ever since we moved into this home.
Sometime I will show the entire wall, but today I am just showing the space that was empty below a large clock. I’ve always felt like it needed something, but just hadn’t found the right thing.
After we bought our new sectional and I ordered pillows with shades of red, green, aqua, mustard, and chocolate. I thought it would be fun to bring a few more touches of mustard into the room. I’ve always had red, aqua, and green.
I had picked up this chippy piece of molding for $11 at an antique store a while back. I wanted it to be a darker shade of yellow, so I rubbed it with some brown glaze. Pulling from trinkets that I have collected over the years I began adding hooks.
Today I just hung a few things that I had on hand to see how it might look. A red jar filled with a faux sedum and mini nest is a hopeful touch of Spring. I love the layers of paint and how much of it has chipped off this molding!
A rustic hinge and a few dried roses hang from an old doorknob.
Oh the charm of rust!
I just picked this burlap basket up yesterday. I have a hard time passing up anything garden themed. Remember when these brass hooks with the porcelain knobs were all the thing? A little crystal knob is slightly hidden by the greenery.
I love the sweet flower and the definition of garden: A plot of ground where plants are cultivated. If you ask me, a garden cultivates our souls as well! I don’t think the basket will stay here, because it’s too much the same size as the red jar. Funny how things like that bug us.
I love hang ups and my Pinterest Hang Ups Board gives me inspiration as to what I might want to hang from this. Check it out for more fun ideas!
Who knows, you might just find one of your hang ups there!
How about you? Got any new hang ups?
This post was featured at Coastal Charm for Nifty Thrifty Tuesday. Thanks so very much Linda!
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