Decorating & Furniture/Box over fire place

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QUESTION: We have moved into a new home. We have a 61" TV, that will not fit over the over the cutout in the wall over the fire place. Any ideas what I could do with the space, seeing that I am not going to be putting a TV there/

Thanks!
T

ANSWER: Hello,
It all depends on your decor.  You could do 3 pieces of layered art, a large iron piece, tapestry, ceramics.  Is it basically a big rectangle niche?  Do you have children?  You could do some really cool family photos.

Kim Boyer

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QUESTION: Thank you for your quick response, Kim. Yes we do have children and love to display their photos. Would you know if there are any pictures of what you have explained?

Thanks again!
Tony

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Hi Tony,
A really cool idea for your kids photos would be to take similar head shots of each of them, print them in black and white, have them blown up to 11 x 14 or 16 x 20 and printed on canvas.  

I'll have to try to find a photo for you.  

Kim Boyer

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Kim Boyer

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I am a Certified Interior Designer, Redesign and Home Staging Professional as well as a Certified Color expert. Therefore I am can assist with questions regarding space planning and furniture arrangement, color selection, art and accessory placement. I am also able to answer questions regarding the selection and sourcing of furniture and flooring materials as well as custom window treatments.

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I started in the industry as a design consultant in the custom window treatment and home furnishings industry. I have gone on to establish my own full service interior decorating business, Kimberly Boyer Interiors, with specialities in redesign, home staging and color consultations. I was also a featured designer on MyHome2.0 a Verizon Fios sponsered Home Technology Makeover Show.

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Affiliate Member Interior Design Society The SDP, ODDAA, ABWA, Interior Redesign Directory

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www.2pointhome.com website Ask the Interior Designer

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Certified Interior Designer Temple University. Certified Redesign and Staging Professional, Society of Decorating Professionals Certified Color Specialist, Society of Decorating Professionals

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