Remember when I blogged about putting chairs in odd corners?

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I intially blogged about ways to make use of odd corners and featured the pic below. You can see that post here. Then I came across Coco & Kelley’s post showcasing the entire home. It’s dark and moody and the palette consists of just gray, white and black. The textures and layering allows the space to feel cozy and not become boring. It’s very masculine but fine for a woman too.

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Then I saw the kitchen and realized I also blogged about that on my decorating with cutting boards post.

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Lovely black gallery wall…

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I love coming across home tours of rooms I’ve blogged about before. You can see all of the times it has happened in my Remember When archives.

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So I’m looking for black and white photography

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I am in love with architecture and skyline photograpy. I follow some amazing instagram accounts of photographers who capture some of my fav cities (Chicago) and I often see images I wish I could frame. It made me think how easier and cost effective it would be to tear apart a calendar and frame the pretty captures. Maybe I can blow up my own camera snapshots and have them printed in black and white too…
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Layered art…

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Gallery and grid walls of art are fine but I really like the layered look. You can achieve it simply by overlapping frames. The look is best when all frames are different sizes with the smallest being forefront. It’s especially nice when you don’t have enough wall space but really want to showcase different pieces.

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{Top two designed by David Jimenez}

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I love when poster sized prints are displayed from the floor. See more inspiration here.