We are winding down the renovations in the new house [I've been thinking of doing quick update snippets on the progress with before and after pictures of some of the rooms as they finish...anyone else interested?] and the need to settle on the artwork for my room has returned.
See, earlier last month, when I should have been working on my group projects, I started working on some new art for my new room. Allow me to set the scene for you:
I decided that I want to go for a more “adult” room. Presently, at least, before I dismantled it, my current room was your stereotypical high school kid’s room with every available wall space [and at one point, ceiling!] covered with posters and pictures of athletes. I had posters of Derek Jeter, HWSNBN [when I actually liked him. You know, when he was still a Mariner], Tiger Woods and numerous pictures of other players usually cycled in and out [Wally Szczerbiak, Paul Kariya, Tony Gonzalez, Charles Woodson, Roberto Luongo, Will Demps, etc], as illustrated in this picture [except imagine 3 walls of this]:
Crazy, I know.
But now I want something more grown up. So I trashed all the posters and pictures [except for my ESPN poster. It's too awesome to dump. I plan on framing it eventually] and decided to start from scratch in the new room. Instead of buying art, which can be kind of expensive, I decided to paint my own pictures on canvas at a fraction of the cost. I found some pictures on iStockphoto and made stencils and viola! New cute art on the cheap:
I love them and was extremely excited for them but now I’m thinking I might want to change it up again. I really love the henna print one and I think I want to scrap the other three and make three more henna designs, especially since my bedspread is henna inspired:
So my question is, if I end up dropping the other three pictures, what should I do with them? They’re really cute and I think they should be displayed somewhere but where? I don’t know if it’ll fit with the overall feel I’m going for in my room. Maybe I’ll try to put them in one of the other rooms.