Allison Hennessey
All those little doorways, nooks and crannies can seem to fade right into the background.
Country Living
We walk by and through them a hundred times a day without ever even noticing they’re there.
John Jacobs Interiors
It’s time to change all that! 
Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles
Those little, unexpected spaces near the ceiling can become instant, eye-catching focal points, a great place for a show-stopping piece or even a gallery wall.
Adding rows of pictures,  
James Farmer
columns of paintings, 
or, our personal favorite,
Coastal Living
three-dimensional art,
Architectural Digest
makes that wasted space sparkle instead of fade away!
Furlow Gatewood via Veranda
We’re not sure we would be brave enough to set a vase up top and trust that it wouldn’t come crashing down, but all those vertical hangings open up the space making a room feel huge! 
Polly Wreford Photography
Is it really Thursday already? We can practically taste the weekend. Do you have any fun plans?