It's another builder's revenge post!
Patty has a fabulous Living Room but suffers
from the all too frequent malady of
da da da daaaa......
Builder's Niche Syndrome
All kidding aside,
I think that a niche can be just breathtaking,
but more often than not, they tend to be challenge to decorate.
Here are some photos from Patty as she shares...
...In Her Own Words:
When Debra over at Common Ground first announced
that she was going to start this new feature,
I immediately sent her an email with pictures
above my fireplace.
I do not know what to do with it,
other than to sheet rock over it,
which my husband and I have talked about.
When we moved in I thought I would hang my clock inside it.
But the clock is so heavy and because of the height involved,
even on scaffolding it proved too much of a challenge
to get secured to the wall.
Plus the mantle sticks out from the wall just far enough
to be in the way when trying to hang anything.
So there are my challenges with this big empty boxy space.
Weight, height, and lack of ideas...
mostly lack of ideas!
I've included these pictures so you can see the walls
on either side of the niche/fireplace area.
There is another smaller niche on the left
where I have hung my crosses.
I painted the inside of it a grayish blue.
A wall of floor to ceiling windows are on the right.
I would appreciate any input and advice.
I would like to add that my husband and I
are long time DIYers and handy with tools
and play very well together :)
so please don't rule out building or making anything.
Thank you so much,
OK, everyone, are we ready to help Patty out with some ideas?
Last week we tried not to look at the other comments first,
but this time let's just go with it
and throw out some ideas!
You don't have to be a decorator,
and even if someone else had a similar idea,
leave yours in a comment too.
The more feedback the better!!
thanks so much,