Friday, January 27, 2012

Quick Change Friday: Gun Art

Sorry I haven't posted in a while. I got burned out on projects after the holidays and I've been working on something non-decor related. More on that later.

In other news, I finally framed the gun art I made forever ago. Yay!


I still love it!


My art wall is filling up slowly but surely.


I hate this rug in here...

And the coffee table...

But I must wait for the perfect thing (at the perfect price) to come along. Patience grasshopper.


My scarf pillows are in here now.


They so purty.


I'm teaching myself how to paint with water colors.

It's going ok...

Let's look at some other things with guns in them! Cuz they're edgy and stuff!

Made with flowers, love that.


I still get the warm fuzzies for these chairs featured in Bailey's chicago home in Rue.

What have you been working on lately?

Happy Friday!

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6 comments:

Naomi@DesignManifest said...

love it! The whole wall is shaping up nicely. It's good to have patience... it will ended looking the best and costing you less.

Sarah Stright said...

I love anything that has to do with interior design and art so of course I'm loving your blog. I LOVE the gun art. It's so cool! Now I feel like I want to hang guns everywhere. In a non-weird way. I'm now following you :)
Sarah
http://comingunstitched.blogspot.com

TheGirlAtFirstAvenue said...

You've really got talent! Love your art work and interior design!

♥ www.thegirlatfirstavenue.com

Things To Do said...

Oh man. I love the gun in the frame. And it kind of looks like it's telling the lamp to stick them up. :)

Dallas Student said...

I'm in Dallas too. I know where you can get those chairs new for about $40 each. Let me know if you're interested. I love your design taste. I'm lost when it comes to wall art. The coffee table in your newer posts looks way better

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