When I made myself vulnerable and showed you a few pieces of art I have in my kitchen and guest bathrooms, I received lots of funny messages. People either love or hate signage as art. Have you seen the Progressive commercials where Dr. Rick helps people not become their parents? The one where he makes the woman throw away the “Live, Laugh, Love” sign cracks me up! Do we NEED a sign that says this? Everyone nods yes and he shakes his head no and makes her toss it. What’s really funny is I have signs all over my house, but my mother does NOT. We have very different decorating styles. I readily admit that hers is far more sophisticated and I love her house. Mine could be described as eclectic, or as some people I know call it – cluttered.
It’s not the style for everyone, but it’s perfect for me. Each of my signs speaks to my heart in one way or another. Some remind me of things I love or ideas I believe in, and some simply make me laugh. A few were gifts, but most of them were selected by yours truly.
I decided I’m going to slowly unveil the “art” in my home every few days and let my readers decide whether signage is indeed, wall art with meaning. Maybe you’ll tell me I should spend some time decluttering! Or maybe you’ll want to come over and hang out when the pandemic has ended.
I won’t immediately update this post with every sign and you won’t receive a notification when I do. The best way to see them all is to go to my Facebook page where I will regularly highlight a piece of “art” on my walls. The link is at the bottom of the page and you can also search “Dinner Table Doctor” on Facebook. Feel free to like, follow and share! I will eventually include them all on this post as well. Here’s the first -Enjoy!
I cut this out of a magazine and framed it for my bathroom. I giggle every morning and every evening when I brush my teeth.
In my kitchen – such wise words that I simply had to buy it!
In my laundry room and cracks me up whenever I venture in there.
Not as catty as the last one, and hanging in my family room.