As you may recall I suffered major anxiety deciding which picture frames to purchase, and in true Kira fashion, bought a wide selection. My original goal was to put together a picture gallery, but it never came together. Believe me, I tried, but I could never create the look I wanted. So I waited and waited and waited for the perfect solution to present itself. And one day it did. Remember that Pottery Barn picture ledge I purchased and couldn't return? I thought it might go to a friend because I just couldn't figure out how to make it fit with the look I was going for, but then, one day, I hit the jackpot. But first, I took a little detour...since I was struggling to find the right balance between photo sizes and frames, I thought Pottery Barn's opening multi-size frame would be an acceptable compromise. (think of it as a portrait gallery for dummies!) The only decision I had to make was what pictures to put inside. Simple, right? Well, the frame arrived....and I didn't like it. (shocking, I know) It took all the fun out of creative possibility, and even though it was "nice" I found myself at Pottery Barn the following weekend making yet another return. (editors note: I just might have gone to new PB. I wouldn't want them to think I'm a returnaholic or anything.) Anyway, after getting the latest frame off my hands, I spent 45 minutes mentally putting together my picture ledge. Deep down inside I knew I wanted to make this a Pottery Barn original, and I was so excited to see this little dream become a reality. So, without further adieu, here it is!
Close up of photos
Top of display -- words to live by
Side view -- It's not a very good picture.
Because this is by my window it was very difficult to take photos without a glare.
Shot of new ledge and new desk set up including...Pottery Barn desk organizer!