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Midday Muse: Clothing As Art

If you have a kimono, party dress, or otherwise underutilized but absolutely lovely piece of clothing in your closet, why not give it a place of honor on your living room wall? Using clothing to fill up empty wall space provides a beautiful and textural element to a room, which can be echoed in other accents, such as pillows, rugs, or furniture pieces. Do you do this in your own home?


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hanako66 hanako66 8 years
I have done this with my old sugarplum fairy tutu...I also rotate other ballet costumes as art during holiday seasons (stars and stripes, candy cane, snowflake, etc)
nals33 nals33 8 years
I don't have any items of clothing that I think would make nice decorative pieces either. But, I have been thinking about picking up a few saris to hang in my bedroom and even the living room. It's a wonderful and very creative idea!! Especially if you're on a budget and can't buy items to can use what you've got.
stephley stephley 8 years
I don't have anything that warrants the attention but I've seen it done beautifully and love the idea - I especially associate it with meditative spaces.
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