This little grouping is by the front door as you can tell. I should say that when I get HOHRH framed it will be on this wall. I'll then have to find something else to do with these pictures. "The Girls" are on the wall to the left of this picture. What you see in this group is Peace-BOAF, Halloween House-DT and Time has Wings-Sheepish Designs.
Now for the kitchen. Here's my Scarlet Macaw-Pegasus Orginals. It's hanging in the kitchen by the laundry room door above my orange hutch. We just hung it on an existing nail about six months ago and have been too lazy to actually center it above the hutch or find something to hang with it in this spot. I didn't take a picture from another angle because then you would see the laundry piled up on the kitchen table.
This wall is opposite the dining table. That's Lizzie Kate's Summer and to the right is a tea towel I have hanging from dowel, my friend Val in England sent it to me. It says "Many people have eaten in this kitchen and gone on to live healthy lives." Do you see how much wall space I have here? I plan to hang 13th Colony Bay on this wall when it's finished. The color of this wall is much fresher than the picture implies. It looks a bit like split pea soup in this picture and really is a bright zesty lime. Despite my issues with wall space and laundry on the table, I love this area of the house the most. When it's fixed up it's a very happy place. I plan to hang Midsummer Night Designs, Monkey Sampler near the table but until the laundry is moved you won't see a picture of that corner.
Here's the wall next to the coffee pot. I have Bent Creek's Rise & Shine hanging there and that white blob to the right is my kitchen cabinet. I will more than likely hang LHN Coffee Menu above Rise & Shine. Now I have Dragon Dreams Coffee is Magic in the Morning in progress and want to hang it somewhere in the kitchen but how does one make a coffee loving wizard work with Rise & Shine and Coffee Menu? See what I'm talking about here? I guess I could make Magic in the Morning into a pillow for the bed. It's one thought I'm tossing about. Just because it's a coffee design, I'm not limited to hanging it in the kitchen, but I don't want to fall into that "this doesn't work" mindset. I'm searching for some whimsy too.
Below you see my decorating conundrum. The beam. What to do with it? It's just there, this big empty spot between the living room and the desk/computer area which is more than likely supposed to be a dining area but the kitchen has room for a table so we did something else with this spot, but once again, what can one do with this spot? It's a barren wasteland of emptiness, so full of potential, so freaking hard to dust. Don't even ask about the layers of dust up there.
The needlework in the far right corner that you see is Barbara & Cheryl's South Battery View. I know that the needlework pictures aren't well done but that's not really the point, the point is what to do to make the walls talk? Of course right now the walls are saying to each other, "Can you believe she's got the nerve to put these pictures out there?"