Using hangars and clips to display art and other items. Scarves? Throws? Tapestries? You can even mount them on top of a consistent cardboard.
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Persan'ın yeni koleksiyonu Black&White, siyah-beyazın karşıt gücünden ilham alan, cüretkar desenleri ve cesur, iddialı dokuları ile avangart bir koleksiyon. Çok çeşitli kumaşların bir araya geldiği koleksiyonun parçaları, içerik, doku ve kullanım alanı itibarıyla oldukça geniş bir yelpazeye sahip. Çağın ruhunu yansıtan Black& White, hem spor ve modern, hem de zengin ve klasik mekânlarda keyifle kullanabileceğiniz dekorasyon kumaşlarını bir arada sunan, çok yönlü, zamansız bir koleksiyon…
Rail/Track Display Systems for Fine Art & Posters | Nova Display Systems
A complete line of Display Track Systems and Picture Hanging Systems for photos, art, posters, signs, or leaflets mounted onto ceiling or walls rails/tracks
Nourishing my creative soul
Since I've been trying to nourish my creative soul and Friday was my only free day of this holiday weekend (working the rest of it at the museum), I decided to enjoy a day trip to Hudson, Wisconsin on Friday. Our first stop was The Phipps Center for the Arts. These first photos are of work by fiber art students at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. . I also wanted to check out the Phipps galleries to see the work of former Tilsner artist, Jill Van Sickle. Beautiful, as always…
Homemade hook for hanging light objects made from a metal cloths hanger. Or turn it sideways to hold curtains back. love this idea! but i just threw away old hangers!
Joanna Fowles - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.
Sydney textile designer and shibori specialist Joanna Fowles in her Rosebery studio. Photo – Phu Tang. Scarves and test swatches hang in Joanna’s colourful studio. Photo – Phu Tang. Studio details. Photo – Phu Tang. Sydney textile designer Joanna Fowles, aka the most photogenic designer we have EVER featured on The Design Files, in her Rosebery studio. …
West Elm + Etsy | Centsational Style
This weekend seemed to fly by quicker than ever and I ended up asleep in front of the Oscars last night, completely exhausted. I had a fantastic weekend though, on Saturday I treated myself to some retail therapy by making a special trip to West Elm – it’s over an hour away – but I made a trip d ...