Well there’s a few dragons, a phoenix, and a hydra. And a castle.
It’s not so much to create a mood as it is reflective of a time period. The last of these pieces to go up on the wall is a huge cross stitch/embroidery piece that Annie did, when she was in that particular crafty phase.
That was finished just before Brad was born, if I’m not mistaken. Yes, horrors!! my wall art has been static since shortly after we were married. At least 25 years.
The others are huckster art from one SF/gaming convention or another, and from King Richard’s Faire (which is now Bristol’s), an annual summer Ren Fair just over the border in Wisconsin. We used to drive up for that every year, with our geeky gamer friends.
So what does that say about me? I guess it means we rarely pay any attention at all to interior decorating.
Or that we are weird fantasy-gamer geeks? That could be true.
Guess I peaked in the 90s. I should be in a Rob Lowe commercial.
Isn’t that depressing? Hey, thanks DP!
What do you display on the walls of your home — photos, posters, artwork, nothing? How do you choose what to display? What mood are you trying to create?