are you sick of seeing my dining room yet? no? good. i promise to share pictures of some of my other rooms. i just haven’t done any major changes there yet. but it’s coming … and soon. so you remember the pictures i had on my dining room walls before? if not check here and here.

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so the other day when i posted that story/poem my guest wrote for me i paired it with some pictures i took standing on my back porch. nothing fancy.

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just the tops of leafless trees set against a grey-ish blue sky.

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i took a total of nine pictures and had them printed at wal-mart as 8x10s. the cost was around $20. i filled up my frames (which i got at the family dollar for like $6 per frame – i know a steal – and they look super expensive).

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i was actually nervous about doing this. i just wasn’t sure how it would look.

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but i’m so glad i took the risk. i think for this time of year it couldn’t be more perfect. and i’m really digging the grey-ish blue against the orange-ish yellow walls.

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it’s so light and clean. perfect for january. these won’t stay here forever. that’s what i love about this wall art. i can change up the photos whenever i get tired of it (which happens often). and it only costs me twenty bucks each time.

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and the images are so peaceful, yet really interesting.

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and i’m always amazing how much my guests like to look at these images. people are constantly commenting on them. whether they like them or not, at least they are talking about them. and that’s what art is all about. right?

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so be confident! go take some pictures of some random stuff. get them printed and hang them up. you may just surprise yourself.

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and it’s the final day to enter the giveaway if you haven’t already done so. good luck!!

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Comments

  • Leanne at

    i am right in the middle of framing many special photos…i’ve been waiting forever. finally i feel like we are in the house to do it. a forever home.
    your photos look great on display…

  • Mrs. Adventure at

    I love this idea – It looks fabulous and I love how you can change the photos seasonally. Not to mention they are all one of a kind :+)

  • Melissa at HOUSEography at

    Gorgeous! Looks great against the yellow wall. I love that you could change them out for summer if you wanted to.

  • Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack at

    I like how your pictures are off center. Very clever and much more interesting! Signs of good photography. You just can’t beat “nature” for art. Looks great!

    Michelle
    xo

  • Ali Richardson at

    Those look stunning! So peaceful and beautiful….I freakin’ love nature! I have some fabric scraps coming your way. I think you’re going to love them! I’m new to your blog…where do I send them??

  • Anonymous at

    I love it. Can’t wait to try this in my home!
    -Christina

  • { donna } at

    You are officially my new, favorite Blogger! I love all of your designs. Such talent!!

  • eddieross at

    Thanks for stopping by the blog! Stay tuned in for Friday as we announce the winner of the Lowe’s giveaway!
    Xo,
    E&J

  • Robin at

    What a great idea! I love your photos – so crisp and airy looking and they look amazing all framed up.

  • Jen@Notes From the Heartland at

    Ahh…it wouldn’t be a day if Michael Loo-Who wasn’t coming up with something amazing. Love the photos…love them on the gorgeous walls…love love love. I’m SO going to flip that little thingy to the M on my camera and go for it.

  • eva at

    Hi Michael,
    Just stumbled across your darling blog yesterday and I LOVE it!
    The pictures look fab, as do all your other “projects” and you can add moi to your list of followers as I am happy to be here settled in with a cup of coffee and perusing away!
    Ciao ~ Eva

  • Jes - oh, buckets at

    Your photos are wonderful – trees are a favorite of mine no matter the season!
    And, I have a wall that changes seasonally with my very own photos too! Though, I feel like I have to admit, I took one last winter that stayed thru the summer and was seasonally appropriate once again this year – ha!

  • Priscila Peters at

    Wow… I really love this photos on the wall!! It looks great!

  • LizzyQue at

    these are gorgeous! they work so nicely as a series/set; quiet yet eloquent

  • lauren@WESTFURNITUREREVIVAL at

    they turned out beautiful. love your wall color as well similiar colors to what i have in my home..

  • Amanda at

    They look amazing!

  • Erika . . . with a K at

    What a great idea, these look really good. They look very professional and artsy!

  • Ellen at

    I came over from Funky Junk….and my word! you have an eye for placement….saw the sign….and now the framed prints…good work!….smiles.

  • Suzanne@thriftstoredecorjunky at

    I love the arrangements, as well as the pictures. You took soething so ordiary and made something beautiful. Great Job!

    I am having a giveaway this week, so sto by if you can. 🙂

  • Christine at

    I do like the simplicity of the art against the yellow wall, anything else would have been too much
    Great job
    Christine
    greatoakcircle.com

  • Meg at

    So true! I love the pictures. Very calming and the color is wonderful. I also love the color of your walls! Great choice!
    I would love for you to link up to my link part going on right now…each entry leaves you eligible to win $130 at CSN Stores.com. alittleknickknack.blogspot.com

  • Kate@TwentySixToLife at

    What a great idea. I really want to do a photo wall of some kind, but keep getting stumped on what kind of photos to use. I love that you took something simple and everyday and made it interesting.

  • thecraftyscientist.com at

    Saw this on a link party and I love this! The yellow-y walls really make the photography pop and the whole thing just looks gorgeous!

  • Anonymous at

    Wow… I love it! what a great idea! thanks for the inspiration! 🙂

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