Sunday, February 26, 2012

Architectural Prints

Hello everyone, I can't believe that it's been three weeks sense my last post, But I have been so busy with work and not to mention my camera is not working (not good) So I had to use my old one and the photos do not turn out very good. On my resent visit to Goodwill I found these great architectural prints of the Roman Columns and I knew right where I wanted to hang them.





I'm working on a few things in the living room so we can have a place to hang out and relax, It's time for a change once again, It will take a few months (or maybe more) to do everything I want to do, I had to replace the windows on the front of the house so as soon as I get those payed off I can get started. Hope everyone is having a good weekend. Thanks for stopping by.


~~Pattie~~

23 comments:

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

Pattie,
The prints are fabulous! I love your style!
~Lynne
[w/L]

Debbiedoo's said...

What a find Pattie. They look awesome over your Fireplace!

Gina said...

Great prints, Pattie & you found the perfect place for them!

Have a great Sunday!

NanaDiana said...

Your prints look great there! Were they all framed, too? What a neat find! I know how it is when you have to do just a bit at a time and think you will never be done. Happy Sunday- xo Diana

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Kelly said...

I love your new prints! I love where you hung them. What a great score! I don't think those pictures turned out bad. They look good to me. Can't wait to see how your living room is going to change. Are you really going to keep us waiting for months? Please....no! I won't be able to wait that long. I know it's going to be great.

Calypso In The Country said...

I love the way they look over the white fireplace!
-Shelley

Bonnie@ The Hopeless Romantic said...

OMG, i love um! U way underplayed those..........they look great!.......Bonnie

Anne said...

Great find!Looks great on that wall.

Tess Maxey said...

They look great Pattie!! Time is flying and before we know it we'll sweating and swatting Mosquitos!! I'm hoping for a nice long Spring if there is such a thing! Nice find for your living room you lucky duck!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Those look great hung there.

Susie said...

Pattie, The prints are a fabulous find. I like where you put them. I have missed your postings. Hello to Tia. Smiles, Susie(She Junks)

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

The prints look great and how wonderful that there were enough to do the rows. I love the look you have going there in the photos, from the blinds to the curtains, fireplace and the lovely lampshade. Overall a very pretty look. Wishing you and your daughter a great week ahead.

Melissa said...

What a find! I never find good stuff like that!!!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

These are great! Goodwill is awesome.

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

Perfect! They look great. I am so glad I didn't try to help you with them...I would have had them soooo crooked!

A Cottage Muse said...

Love it Pattie!!

Bee Lady said...

Those prints look great there Pattie. Good job. I love shopping at the Goodwill store.

Cindy Bee

THE FARMHOUSE PORCH said...

Those look awesome! So chic! I hope you'll come link this up at my linky party tonight. Link up once, appear on 4 blogs!

♥Linsey

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Pattie I LOVE your new prints and they look great over your fireplace! LOVE that first shot, so pretty!

~ Lisa ~ said...

Wow...awesome find. Cannot wait to see your changes.

~ Lisa ~

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

These prints are amazing
, Pattie!
What a find!
They are a combo of two of my favorite things.... old prints and architecture.

Your room looks great!
xox
A

Gypsy Heart said...

These are gorgeous! You certainly have the perfect place for them.

May I ask...did you make these curtains? If so, I'd love a little "how to" when you have a few minutes.

xo
Pat

Shane_cute2012 said...

The use of interior columns with furnishings such as sideboards or opaque folding screens between them can frame off an area around the dining table without creating a separate room.

Architectural Columns