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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Statement Art For The Breakfast Area

Sometimes walls are hard to decorate, at least for me.  I love all those fabulous gallery walls that are so popular now - -

but they just aren't what I think is right for the breakfast room wall.

This space is only 9 ft. wide, so there isn't room for a buffet on the wall behind the table, 

however - - -

the wall does scream for something of importance. 





 I love mirrors and I have this really great round one that I thought could work in the breakfast area.   It turned out it was ok, but not sure  - -


As I was walking through our bedroom, I saw a beautiful outdoor canyon/meadow scene painting that I have had for years and years.  It is huge and was just filling space on one wall in our bedroom.

  Not a focal point and not really part of that rooms decor,
                                     it was the only wall space I had big enough to hold it.

This is a really large painting - 3 1/2 x 4 1/2.  It hung on our family room wall in our previous home.  That wall had huge vaulted ceilings and needed something large.  



This breakfast area has 9 1/2 ft. ceilings, so a large piece of art would work.



                          Since the horse painting is part of this same room,

                                            a pastoral scene fits - - -





Now as far as the painting goes, I like it for a change,

 but you know things don't stay the same around here for long,

 so it might change again any day.





 I can always put the mirror back or my praying man painting.  (BTW, I hung  the praying man next to the china cabinet in the dining area.  Looks fabulous there.) 


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29 comments:

  1. Beautiful painting, Marty! It is perfect for that wall. xxx Maria

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  2. I didn't mind the mirror there but this painting looks just as nice!

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  3. Simply stunning Marty! I adore the horse picture with the sconces you found. Everything is looking wonderful.

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  4. This looks really great! I like how you moved around what you have. That's a great tip! :)

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  5. Oh, I love this painting. I believe it is an Albert Bierstadt print - one of my favorite artists! I had the privilege of seeing some of his paintings at the Seattle Art Museum a couple of years ago. It looks wonderful in your pretty room. Visiting from Betsy's Vintage Inspiration Party. x Karen

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  6. I LIKE THIS! And how nice it was something already in your home, too. The colors work so well in the space, as does the size. PERFECT!!!

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  7. Good idea! On the decorating and the purging!
    Brenda

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  8. I really like the painting there. It looks like it was made just for that space!

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  9. Is this an Albert Bierstadt picture? I think his work is beautiful. The frame goes well with your dining set.

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    1. I am not sure who the artist is. It is a fabulous oil on canvas that I bought years ago at one of those Starving Artist sales that were all over the place20 years ago. The colors and details are stunning. I love it and have loved having it where I can enjoy it every day.

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  10. Marty,
    I, too, like the way this print fills the space behind your dining room table, dear friend!!!
    Gorgeous subtle hues have a calming effect.
    "Mr. Ed" and I are on the hunt for a similar size piece of art work for our Master Bedroom.
    Thanks for always inspiring!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  11. I like the painting, Marty! It looks great on this wall and balances out your beautiful horse painting too!
    You always make your home look so pretty.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  12. Looks great Marty and it does connect your horse picture for a great balance. Very nice.
    Kris

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  13. Marty, both of your huge pieces of art look great. It's so hard to find big things...I'd say you succeeded beautifully.

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  14. I'm envious of your ability to commit to large pieces of art, even if you can easily change them later. I have a lot of empty walls because I just can't decide to hang anything!

    I'm hosting a link party on my blog and we'd love for you to come by and link up with us! http://winsteadwandering.com/the-alder-collective-link-party-no-1/

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  15. Wow...I think it looks great along with the horse painting!!! Your living/dining room totally looks so much bigger and brighter...I love the new look!!!

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  16. Beautiful painting Marty....I love the size of it too!....

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  17. I love your new look Marty.....your rooms always look so classy! hugs...

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  18. I think the mirror just looked heavy, the painting is perfect for that spot.

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  19. What a beautiful picture! It really is a statement piece! You did a lovely job of styling this room! I would love it if you would share this over at my Making Broken Beautiful Party. It goes every Thursday to Sunday!
    Have a great weekend!
    Smiles!
    Terry

    http://thecuratorscollection.wordpress.com

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  20. Not only do I think the painting looks wonderful there on that wall, but I would add a few more pictures or painting around it. I have a love for lots of pictures on walls!

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  21. Wow! Everything is looking wonderful. I love the new look! Thanks for sharing!

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  22. I vote canyon picture. It has pizzazz, everyone can have a mirror.

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  23. That is such a beautiful painting! The funny thing is that we re-arranged our dining room. Now, I have a blank space for art. I may "shop" my own pieces around the house and see if I can't move things around. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  24. I love your white couch and chair. Looks so comfy!

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  25. It's a lovely addition my friend . Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

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  26. I think your large artwork looks perfect by your table. It fills the space just right! It's a pretty paintingl

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  27. Very nice Marty! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!

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  28. Very beautiful Marty. I love both of the new paintings you have. That horse is magnificent. I also like the scenic one in your dining nook. But, Marty I miss seeing the praying man. It always touched my heart to see that picture in your photos. I have wanted to find one just like it. But, I know I will see him again. You are like the rest of us, you are changing things all the time. Very lovely. Hugs to you my friend. Karie

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