Here is the piece of art that started it all back in place against the new green, and do me a favor: ignore the outlet on the far right.
This is a wall in the dining room that adjoins the green wall in the living room; they are separated by a large arch. Does that make sense?
The image above and this one below are the same wall separated by a doorway. My sister did the scratchboards (black and white pictures) many years ago. You can see some of my dog statues on a shelf my grandfather made for my mother back in the 50s when she began the infamous dog collection.
This is a corner in the living room. I wanted to show how the blue and white look together. And, of course, I wanted to show off my high-end Target light.
This is the same wall at the other end. There is a large window in the center. The black shelf is a garage sale purchase many years ago. It's probably a kitchen shelf, but don't tell anyone.
And looky what I found at the thrift store-- an old 1970s "antique" sign. Hard to see here, but there is a little blue on it.
Thanks for viewing. And let me say, I am soooooo glad the painting is DONE!!