The Living Room Dilemma


The time has come to finish decorating/start decorating the living room.  After moving some things around, BC and I need to figure out how to make it all work. Here is my new picture I just got framed.  I think it is pretty bada** but it is bright and loud.


All around the new picture, the shelving and clutter had to go.  We ended up moving it to the other side of the room (because if your significant other won’t let you get rid of the clutter, move it).


Now the shelves are here.  We also have a big spot on the wall.  I am thinking the mirror but I’m not convinced.

Back to the picture:


Now what do I do with this wall?  I think a few tiny shelves right now but again, I’m unconvinced.


Will any of my blog friends help me out and give me some suggestions.  Please and thank you!

My house (and I) appreciate it!



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8 Responses

  1. Megan says:

    Will those taller shelves by the door fit? I think something like that would be good there.

    • Megan says:

      Oops just noticed the first picture with the shelves where I said. Too cluttery. Hmm.

      • Megan says:

        I think a mirror or small Baltimore pic would work. And maybe a small skinny display shelves

        • Andrea says:

          We just hung some small floating shelves there today. I think I like it. Now for the wall by the door. Mirror? no mirror? picture? no more shelves for sure. Mom suggested giant clock but I’m unconvinced on that too.

  2. Lisa says:

    Oh yes, I see the dilemma. Maybe you need to keep with the Baltimore theme and put up a few more, but smaller Baltimore pics??? That’s a tough spot because the rest of the wall has it’s own little “area” and that is kind of just in the middle!

  3. Sherry says:

    Seems crowded by the front door, wonder if those shelves could go between the couch on the stairs? Don’t like the thing over the tv, got another room for that? To the left of the fireplace three long, narrow shelves of different lengths with some travel knick-knacks artfully arranged. Now come do my house!

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