A scenic, brass, and neutral toned gallery wall for any space

INTERIOR DESIGN


Writing for a blog post for two famous twins in 2006 was one to remember. I came back from an invitation to NYC for Teen Vogue University with a task to write a post for Mary Kate and Ashley's website. To be included was a picture...of me showcasing as many levels of my personal style as possible. I had the confidence to that on worldwide site for several reasons. I was voted best dressed in middle and high school, then my classmates comically voted me the next Kimora Lee Simmons my senior year. But the confidence to write on their website was also credited to a favorite belt that had during that time. I wore it the picture for their blog. As a matter of fact, I wore it in several pictures on several occasions. It is the only remnant I still have of the experience.


The gallery wall here was inspired by that belt! Little did I know I find the most colorful scenic art and elegant brass accents to pair these two themes together for an accent room that could be used in any room or any space.




HOW TO MIX AND MATCH SCENIC & BRASS ACCENTS FOR A FORMAL TABLE SETTING

“Brass and scenic art can be super elegant when paired together. ”

I wanted to see how relevant brass and scenic art accents still were. It was a no brainer on both as I looked around my local TJ Maxx and Ross. Both are still well and alive! Here is what I found and how well they work together.





SCENIC WALL ART, BRASS WALL FRAMES, AND ACCENTS


In every space there a givens, or must haves. Then there are some personal must haves based on your experiences and what you already own. No matter what you already have to work with, you can bring in new pieces to this wall that has the feel and clean lines of brass, but the roughness of scenic patterns and prints. It's super elegant together when used in the home.

Note: Ordering may be available for through the designer. Email inquiries to tnicole@thebigpinkdoorblog.com

meet T. Nicole

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Hi! I'm T. Nicole a.k.a Designhangover, I'm a city girl who met country scenes early and fell in love with it.  I'm a sweet mix between city, country, and town living.  I've lived in Augusta, GA, Washington D.C. and currently a small rural area in South Carolina. I studied Interior Design and Architecture at my dream college.  Now I'm happy to be back between Georgia and Carolina with my family!

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