Friday’s Photo

Since I had a lot of free time on my hands on Wednesday due to the snow storm, I decided to play around a bit more with the new Waterlogue app I wrote about earlier in the week. In doing so, I came up with a great idea for my office wall. I photographed a bunch of different fabric samples I had on hand and turned them into water colors.

Linda Holt Photo

Linda Holt Photo

I am going to pick my favorite 6-8 images,  have them printed and framed and then hang them in a grouping on my office wall.  Such an easy and inexpensive way to create some colorful wall art.

What do you think?

8 Responses to Friday’s Photo
  1. Katherine Reply

    Linda… I love that idea… it will look fab! I always like “pattern” as “art” & this is such a gorgeous way to do it! I don’t have an i-phone, so I don’t think that I can use that app… but I sure wish I could!

    • Linda Holt Reply

      Thanks Katherine! Since the app is so popular I bet it is only a matter of time before they make one for the android (if that’s what you have).

  2. kelly Reply

    Love, love it!! It does look like art- so pretty. Great idea even more because it is so unique.

  3. Kelly Martin Reply

    Great idea! I recently hung various framed pieces of fabric in my home. This option is less expensive and I love the watercolor look.

  4. Livia Reply

    One of a kind art. I love the idea Linda!

  5. Sue Proud Reply

    Linda – Such a great idea! As a home stager, I’m constantly looking for wall art ideas. I’ve always muddied up most of my watercolor attempts. So nice that technology now gives me the ‘talent’ (Uhem…) to produce what I’ve always been striving for. Thanks so much for sharing this!

  6. Jil Sonia Interiors Reply

    Brilliant idea friend! Can’t wait to see them all finished!

  7. Kristie Barnett, TheDecorologist Reply

    What a great idea, Linda – I finally got Waterlogue on my phone, but I haven’t played around with it yet. Can’t wait!!!

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