Transformed :: The Great (Empty) Wall

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Hi there, hope you’ve all enjoyed a wonderful holiday with your friends and family! With New Years just days away, I (Claire) have been on the hunt for a project that will totally revamp a drab room. Now I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve had one sad wall in my house that’s stood blank and unadorned since I moved in. And though I continually tell myself that I just need to find the perfect thing for it, I’m taking matters into my own hands and finally giving the wall its much needed facelift…. all I need is a little help for you! I’ve collected some of my favorite wall treatments and would love to know, which one would you like to see me DIY? Leave a comment with your thoughts and stay tuned for the big reveal in two weeks!

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15 Responses to “Transformed :: The Great (Empty) Wall”

  1. Jennifer

    This is fabulous! I’m actually in the middle of redecorating the walls in my hallway with various frames and images too! This is my favorite kind of wall art right now. I think I’m in love with every image that you picked. The first one feels very cozy and country home-like. The second one feels very artsy-loft to me, and the third one is a mix of clean/modern with a vintage twist, which I dig a lot. I think what you decide to do will ultimately blend with the rest of your home!

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  2. Kate

    I like a combo of the first and second! Love the cleanness of the first and the personal touch of the second. In my house please??

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  3. Supal

    The third one is beautiful! Love the other two a lot also :)

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  4. Victoria

    I’ve been in lust with the top one — red framed photographs — for some time. But I am a red lover. The others are interesting, but empty frames leave me cold. I guess it’s somewhat intriguing architecturally. But I would love to see your take on the top one. I know whatever you do will be brilliant. Can’t wait to see the finished wall. I can’t even seem to hang the collection I have on the empty hall walls where I have been living for the past seven years! So I need your motivation, please!

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  5. Heather (bourbonandbleu)

    I would love a mixture between 1 and 3. I love black and white photography, and seeing photos of family, friends, and vacations around my home makes me incredibly. Instead of red frames, I think I would go with a glossy white.

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  6. Kate

    I like them all. However, I think the empty white frames against the white wall would suit your home and style the best. Great ideas. Happy New Year!

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  7. Tiffany

    I love the first one. Just think how much entertainment your guests will have looking at all those photos.

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  8. Isabel

    The three look great in their own way. I like the colour of the second one but the novelty might wear off quickly. In my own place I would go for the third, clean, wthite in a minimalistic style but yet no empty.

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  9. Kristina Gulino

    I vote for the first image with the sconces and red frames. It’s classic and timeless, compared to the chalkboard wall (which is SOOO fun, but I would use chalkboard marker as to not deal with the dust) or the white-on-white which might be too sanitary or cold feeling for guests. Just my opinion! Your home will be beautiful no matter which road you take :) Can’t wait to see the reveal!

    Kristina
    Something 2 Write About

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  10. Kiran @ KiranTarun.com

    That first photo jumps with a lot of character. Love the red frames — so holiday appropriate! Happy New Year, sweetie :)

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  11. Chanel Dror

    I vote number one, but with assorted thrifted frames!

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  12. Claire Zinnecker

    Thanks for everyone’s comments!!! I can’t wait to begin this project. If you decide to tackle this challenge yourself, send me your own re-decorated walls!

    Happy New Year!

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  13. Bobin

    Phenomenal… the only unrealistic concept is to have all the pictures black and white into the picture frame..
    BUt stILL ITS phenomenal

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  14. Christine Hatzikalimnios

    i am sooooo i n love with number 3 can you please tell me as i live in australia where did you get these georgeous frames from ????? so in love

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