I put artwork over the crib in my baby's nursery and it's perfectly safe & stable on the wall because we used security locking hardware. It's usually used on installed artwork in public spaces so it can't be stolen. You can get it for a few dollars at any framing shop and it will lock the art in place, is completely hidden/inaccessible behind the frame and keeps the art safely secured to the wall. We used plexiglas to replace the glass too.
Sophisticated Nurseries: 10 Rooms with Grownup Style
|2/1/13 12:05 AM|
Jeez, everyone and their frickin' dog here thinks they're a designer! The kitchen is a vast improvement from the original and kudos to you for actually sharing the whole process with the cantankerous AT readers.
The World's Ugliest Condo: The Big Reveal Renovation Before & After
|5/18/12 12:00 PM|
I love risotto & have been making variations for a few years (peas with fresh basil & mint is so good). I was 17 when I made my first one. No matter what heat level or pan I use, I always find it takes me half an hour & never the 15-20 minutes suggested. I like it al dente and not over cooked/mushy. I don't know what I'm doing differently.
How to Make Great Risotto at Home
|3/20/12 10:55 AM|