You've got your furniture where you want it, and the "big stuff" is taken care of.
Now you can start focusing on the details.
Somethings have an obvious place.
I knew right off the bat that my double-faced Union Station Clock would go on this wall.
I love it here - I can check the time from the dinning area or right when I walk through the front door. It's one of my favorite things, and I love that it has a prominent place in our new home.
Somethings are placed out of necessity.
I used a card holder to cover this eye-sore of a phone jack.
and a wreath to cover an oddly placed motion detector smack dab in the center of a wall.
Technically, you can still see it peeking from under the star. And I'm sure that eventually it will be taken care of in a more permanent manner, but for now this works.
Somethings place themselves.
My sweet friend is an artist, and after we moved in she brought me this water color knowing I favored it. I set it on the kitchen counter, knowing it would eventually speak to me and tell where it should live.
A few days later I realized that it was telling me that it liked where it happened to be just fine and I should leave it there thank-you-very-much. So by happy accident this watercolor found it's fixed place on my kitchen counter.
I am not done getting everything up on the walls, but getting closer.
Whether it's frames, clocks, mirrors, shelves, stenciling or vinyl art - get it out and start putting it up.
What have you done to beautify your walls?