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How can I fill these niches? We live in Arizona and I'm intrigued by Native American culture
juliecurran1January 2, 2013
I plan to paint the back wall of every niche in a tan shade. The accent colors in the room are terra cotta, and turquoise. The height is 22'. That top left niche is 6' 2"!
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Sarah Saunders
Well the big niche definately needs a huge painting or piece of art in it. Then get busy and collect some more wonderful stuffs and start arranging. Buy what you love and enjoy it. Is there a way you could rearrange the furniture? It all looks lined up like a movie theater and you are sitting in the front row and need to crane your neck to look up at it all. I suspect that's why it looks overwhelming to you now.
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