It has been hanging right here in our kitchen for awhile now. I love it so much but I always felt like it was lonely on the wall and needed something more.
One day while browsing the clearance aisle at Hobby Lobby, I spotted this treasure...a rectangular wooden frame. It was a little beat up which is just the way I like my frames.
The best part was that it was only $1.80. That is a price I can handle. I grabbed that baby up quick and went on my merry way. I did not actually have something in mind for the frame but it was a great shape and a great price so I couldn't pass it up.
I got home and noticed my poor little grinder all lonely on the wall and a lightbulb went off in my head. I grabbed the new frame and tried it on for size. It was as if it was a long lost friend of my coffee grinder. I coated the frame with black spray paint, sanded the edges, and hung it up immediately.
Oh, so much better. I love it.
The moral of this story: A frame can fix (al)most anything!
So, if something looks lonely on your wall, consider "framing it up".
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