I've been moving things around again. Like many of you, I like to try new things or keep working on a space until it feels right...or at least more right than it was.
In our living room, we have this tall wall that borders the kitchen and dining room. The framed image above has been hanging there for most of the past four years. Why? I was just not sure what else to put there. I added the clock above it last year some time...oh, yeah, after the holidays when I took down the thrifty hydrangea and pine wreath project that hung there temporarily.
I knew I wanted to keep the clock there. It's called a Zulu clock. It is a 24-hour clock, which I picked up at Junk Bonanza in 2009.
I love the emblem printed on it! I was told it originally came from an air force base in Texas. Obviously, it was somewhere around San Antonio...Lackland maybe?
The ladder was one of my finds at the Elko Trader's Market this summer. I thought it might give this wall some height and interest.
I think it does emphasize the height of the room a lot better. It draws the eye upward anyway! :) I probably should have hung the clock a little bit higher, but that's all the further I could reach, and I didn't have the patience to wait for someone taller to come around. I thought about climbing up the ladder to extend my reach but decided the risk was not worth the potential benefit. So there she be in all her short glory! :)
Do y'all move stuff around?
Do you use clocks, ladders, and interesting finds?
If so, what are your favorites?