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Do you suffer from the conflict of wanting to put a TV in your bedroom but, have the challenge of it taking over the room? We spent some time with our friends Len Rawlings and Drew Olsen in creating a frame display that would allow them the option to keep the TV in their room or to move it into another room. We are pretty passionate about making multiple uses of things and wanting to create variety.

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Len found some incredible shelving at West Elm, and we thought that it complimented their space really well with the dynamic lines and angles it created on the wall. Incorporating both black and white frames was necessary we thought because it added dimension to the room. The white shelves with the black dresser called for the variety of framing. They have an incredible collection of antique fans and we always love combining old with new.

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Len and Drew ordered some photos that meant a lot to them to have Instantly Framed they were images of a vacation they had shared together and a portrait of them at a dear friend’s wedding. We know that when you are thinking about Instantly Framing something we want to remind you that our frames are designed to last. We always like to encourage people to preserve the memories that they will want to have up to be reminded of. We loved the images they selected to frame, and also really liked the TV on the dresser after all was said and done. We thought it complimented the entire wall and that it had been incorporated in a way that felt very natural.

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