My dear friend Mimi is currently living with two other girls in this huge apartment, and since they're going to celebrate her moving in this weekend, she's been a bit frantic about getting her room in order. I've helped her fix the curtain rods, and because she's been all "woe and whine" about her poor paintings never getting put up on the walls, I thought it high time we got around to do just that.
I mean, if you're an Art-history major, and you can't get your own paintings up on the walls...?
Luckily, it's pretty easy if you have a steady hand and a drill that can drill through concrete.
- later addition -
|The new curtain rods, aka the new room separators.|
Above the door are 3 of the paintings that needed to be put up.
|Finally, they're up on the walls!|
(Do you see the bent hammer?)
- wouldn't clash with one another
- have enough space around them, so they don't look clustered
- look coherent
- and still would look nice together
I'm the one studying art, but Ea was the one who suggested most of the layout.
Go figure. All I did was knit/crochet along to the interior decorating shows on the LIV-channel (like Colin & Justin's Home Heist).
|We got the mirror up on the wall as well,|
although it was only a horrid 5 min of work.
I thought we would never fit the small holes onto the screws!
Not to bad, considering we were both pretty newbies about all of this when we started. I still think we managed to make it look quite okay, non the less.