With the snowstorm arriving shortly, I have to shift into Mom mode for the rest of the day, but I received a lot of questions last night about the botanical prints we (and by “we”, I mean Andrew) hung in our foyer yesterday. These were antique engravings that I bought at Brimfield years ago. You’ve seen them in a few iterations in my home over the years (proof that buying well once can last a lifetime), like in the guest room:
In Emma’s nursery I used just a pair:
I had them float matted and framed by Framebridge in the Richmond frame so you can see the pretty deckled edge of the paper. My favorite source for prints like this is Panteek – such great options, although an overwhelming amount of them! Just make sure if buying a set they are all the same size!
You can find readily framed pieces in collections like this too, they just aren’t antiques. This set is pricey but you get so many – and a grid like this is such a grand statement.
Alternatively, these are printable, and if you buy a bunch of matching affordable frames, can give you a similar look for much less!
Photographs by Sarah Winchester.
Did you decide not to use SW Natural Choice in the hallways?
Hi! Did you change your original wall color choice (natural choice)? If so, I’m curious the difference in the 2 colors!
So many beautiful things you share, thank you! Please recommend a framer you would use, in the Boston area.
Ahhh, so pretty!
I just downloaded some beautiful bird prints from Etsy, thank you for that!!
They look fabulous, stunning!
Sometime could you tell us the easiest way to hang a group of franes. Where on wall, space between, however you figure it THANK YOU, Maureen
Everything looks so beautiful! Thank you for sharing so much of your information and sources. Do you use BM White Dove as your ceiling color, as well as your trim?
[…] Source link Erin Gates […]