A rather lovely set of four bamboo postcards brought from Burma, at least three generations ago. They were in a tight, narrow black frame and mount that deadened the colours. Given a new lease of life by float mounting and framing in stained tulipwood.
Lovely twisty driftwood picture frame. With rope detail. Can attach the photo with mini pegs. Loved this one, did fancy keeping it myself!! #coastalmemories
Stuff On Walls!⠀ ⠀ So my dad is coming with the drill today 🙌🏻 and I’m hopeful we’ll get a few jobs done. Really hope we can do all the bits I’ve planned and we don’t wreck the walls!!⠀ ⠀ So far it’s just been hammer and nails which has been stressful enough! Love this postcard, we got it at a Monet exhibition we went to for my birthday and as per everything, it’s taken months to actually put it up 🤣⠀ ⠀ Really pleased with the frame once I got it figured out - it’s the basic range from M&S. Quality and value are 👌🏻 but figuring out the size you need wasn’t straight forward. The sizes they state on their website are mounted, which is unusual. So to give you an example in case it helps, my postcard and mount are 8 x 10 inches so it was the 6 x 8 inch frame that worked!⠀ ⠀ Postcards are also a really affordable way of getting art on the walls, mounted they look awesome or if you want something bigger I’ve done a few grouped together. We got some Pixar postcards with artwork from some of their big films and they’ll go in the kids room or playroom. Also I’ve just done a Tintin one with the postcards we picked up on Ile de Re.⠀ ⠀ #interioraddict#victorianhouse#homerenovation#periodfeatures#makingahouseahome#originalfeatures#renovation#myhome#newinteriorsontheblock#downstairsloo#stuffonthewalls#art#pictureframes#affordableart#postcards#downstairstoilet#ihavethisthingwithtiles#manorhousegrey