Johnny One Note

I swear I'll talk about something other than old art here soon, but at the moment I can't help myself. I picked up the Cape Cormorin print today, and I'm thrilled with both the Roma moulding and the job done by AFW Frame & Gallery.

Those of you around here have probably seen Art & Frame Warehouse , either north of the river or in southern Overland Park. AFW Frame & Gallery in the Crossroads is the same local, family owned business, just with a bit higher-end presentation and feel. (2015 Grand - 816.471.7444)

The top of the black sideboard feels so naked to me, but we're still on the market so I'm in minimal acessories mode. This picture also makes me realize I desperately need a new lampshade. Anyway, I couldn't be more pleased with the end result of this reframing.

See now why I raved about Roma's Tabacchino collection?

6 comments:

Raina said...

Lovely grain in that wood.

Mrs. Blandings said...

Beautiful!

hello gorgeous said...

Love it!

Karena said...

I have used the Tabacchino line from Roma sooo many times in designing framing for clients! I love it The black is gorgeous on photography or black and white etchings

Toad said...

You get an A for that one.

Kathleen said...

Outstanding. Looks beautiful.