What do I do with this wall?

Ever since I moved to my current residence, I’ve had a map of London on the wall behind my desk: Restoration-era, Georgian, Victorian.

I’ve taken the last of those down now, and the blank space is staring at me. It’s a wide horizontal gap, too big to be filled by any of the pictures I have around. I don’t know what to do with it.

A map of the world A Natural History of Dragons takes place in, perhaps. But I don’t have such a map yet; I’m still trying to figure out the geography of that world.

What the heck do I do with this wall?

0 Responses to “What do I do with this wall?”

  1. mrissa

    Multiple images in a cluster? Tim has a central tapir picture with four smaller tapirs to go with. Our kitchen has a wall with nine Ursula Vernon prints in a square, five of them vertically oriented and four horizontally. So the other stuff you have might make interesting combinations?

  2. wshaffer

    A *blank* map with “Here Be Dragons” written on it?

    Actually, M’ris’s suggestion of a cluster of smaller images is probably more aesthetically pleasing.

  3. unquietsoul5

    A White Board could be good…. preferably one that is also magnetic so it can also be used to hang materials in the short term with a few magnets.

  4. cloudshaper2k

    Dragon pictures, naturally. (pun intented)

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