(if you happen to have an old empty circular frame that happens to fit on top of an ugly mirror from home goods shaped like a Chinese throwing star of death)
Well I sure did.
It really bothered me that I could see where the 4 corners of the shelves met. Made my head go "fjdosapfjeajes"
I had a thought... that maybe this frame would be perfect if I could find a mirror to put inside it. Found this frame in a yard sale about 2 years ago and Trevor was all like "that's ridiculous" now i'm all like "HAH"
then literally the next day, I found this at HomeGoods. The law of attraction really works! Mainly at HomeGoods.
spray painted the bojangles out of it... first using frog tape (thanks mom!) and wax paper to cover the mirror
liquid nails sticks to glass, btw
push it real good
this is interesting looking. no other way to keep it centered when you can't drill into the middle of nothingness. and shts off centered I get that "fjdosapfjeajes" thing to the head.
When we moved in, we bought an amazing sofa off of craigslist for $250. It's HUGE. It's an 8 foot by 8 1/2 foot L-couch. It was so beautiful. Brand new.
Looked something like this
enter..... the monsters (aka moose and otter).
now it looks like this:
We are far too in love with the couch to get another. We are also far too cheap. Instead, we're thinking about having it slip-covered in a cotton velvet. Velvet sofas look so cozy and are (apparently) relatively easy to clean and wear really well. If you're into wearing sofas out. Which we are. I want it to be the kind of couch that you lay on and immediately fall asleep. Mainly cause it will be a funny scene when we have people over.. "Can I get you anything to dri..?" Zzzzzzzz.