Its time for White Wednesday again and I think it is always kind of fun to find something wonderful and white to share. I really enjoy looking at everybody's white treasures, since everyone knows I love white!:) I thought this week I would share some of the white frames in my house. I love to do portrait photography and enjoy pictures so much that painting all the frames in my house white has just made them all go together though none of them are really the same. Almost all the frames I have have been bought at Goodwill and most of them were gold in another life.
I love to use Rub 'n Buff in spanish copper to distress my frames and show off the details. I learned of this product from Cindy at My Romantic Home and I have loved it ever since discovering it!
Love the shape of this old mirror--it weighs so much I actually had to ask my husband to hang it (I'm usually a do it myself type of girl) I love the "There's no place like Home" wall words I got from Etsy.
After my Grandmother passed my Dad gave me this oil painting she did. I love this and last summer I had flowers in my yard that I could recreate this arrangement in real life. This frame needs some Rub 'n Buff--though I am out right now.
I wish I could say I still look like these photos but they were taken about 17 years ago. In my mind I still look like that.:)
Happy White Wednesday!
Oh, I LOVE your white frames! I can't get Rub n' Buff here so I use dabs of paint and rub it off to get the same effect. Thanks for your visit.
Your collection of white frames and gallery wall are beautiful. Thanks for sharing your inspiration.
I have been collecting frames to do the same thing, but it is a slow process finding them. I did get 2 at Round Top.
I am read this more than a year after you wrote it, but I to love your white frames. My mother always teasing me about my color palette of white, cremes, and beiges, so it is so nice to see another white lover!
Also, I am thinking of redecorating my grandmother's house this spring, and you have given me so much inspiration!
Thank you, and have a lovely day.
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