That's a little bit more than I'd usually like to pay for Goodwill frames, but these are heavy, well-made custom frames, each measuring about 19"x23" with professional mounting hardware and those great chunky mats. (Oh my gosh, people, have you shopped custom-cut mats lately? Wowzer! Pricey.) And, did I mention there were three of them?!
At the time I was thinking I'd use them in my daughter's room, and I could just picture them spray painted a smooth silver, kind of like the ones used in our inspiration room by the amazing Centsational Girl. I
Anyway, then I realized that the only wall big enough to house all three would be taken up by the headboard I wanted to make her (haven't gotten to that yet), and on most of the other walls we had decided to try a magnetic primer so she could put up maybe a poster or assorted memorabilia... yada, yada. Long story longer, we didn't need them in the Pea's room.
Not long after, I saw these in the Home Decorator's Collection catalog:
The graphic prints kinda caught my eye and I remember thinking I could achieve much the same look with framed wallpaper samples.
Then one day while shopping for fabric for a chair cushion at Joann's (more on that project to come), I came across these discontinued fabric samples on clearance for $2 each! And as luck would have it, I absolutely fell in love with two coordinating patterns in just the right colors for my home office make-over! Ack! Jesus loves me. He really does.