An open armoire is more interesting than a closed one. Let people into your secret world. Most of us store dishes and other junk that we’d prefer stay hidden behind wood door panels. Sometimes the things that are hidden do not fit into the decor because there is only one or the size may be insignificant but if you gather all the travel trinkets, open the doors, arrange them in a interesting display; why then you suddenly have a mini-museum. If the items are small, stand them on a glass block and place a small framed print behind for height, color and interest. The picture can tell a story about the item. Hopefully, the door will not block normal traffic patterns in the home and you can hang an heirloom tablecloth or piece of fabric.

SHARING: I do not claim all posts to be my own…I post the sites they are from if the source is known.

SAYING OF THE DAY: Don’t worry about walking a mile in my shoes, just try a day thinking in my head.

THIS DAY IN ENTERTAINMENT: 1957 American Bandstand debuts on ABC TV

HAPPY AUGUST 5 BIRTHDAY TO: Loni Andersen 67, Neil Armstrong (1930-2012), Jesse Williams 32, Maureen McCormack 57, Johnathon Silverman, John Huston (1906-1987), Sophie Winkleman 33, Terri Clark 45, Jocelyn Widenstein 73 (transformed her face into a cat’s), and John Saxon 77.

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