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Many posters here have difficulty in knowing what to put on their walls. Froo Froo always answers with a list of various items they can use (other than framed pictures!) I have read these so often that they are internalized and now I automatically think, when I see something appropriate; "that is what Froo means!"

Yesterday in shopping I came across some small plastic trays. They were narrow (top to bottom) and not too wide, but of course wider than top to bottom measurement. They were brightly colored (mostly red) and featured birds. They were actually quite lovely. At 4.95 a piece I could see a grouping of these in a country or other than a cutting edge contemporary kitchen.

For about $30 one could have a very attractive wall grouping. Or they could be hung in a line on a kitchen bulkhead or vertically in a single row, or two X three Or three X two! Lots of possibilities!
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I am a novice when it comes to decorating and I always appreciate when there are pictures to go along with the descriptions. It makes it less confusing to me. Thank you for your explanation.
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Thanks LOS!

Those kind of decorating accents can be easily
hung using the adhesive plate hangers too.
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