The big bass my husband caught last summer, which was eventually, as my kid’s say, “plaqued,” hangs on a 77″ wide wall at the lake house; on the walls I painstakingly caulked and painted last summer. Mr. fish looks lost in this space… almost as if he’s swimming out to sea. I’ve been busy perusing antique stores and second-hand shops for new furniture, with the hope of transforming the bass wall into a much more beautiful space. I don’t know exactly what I’m looking for yet, but I’ll know it when I see it. I’m showing you the picture now, because in just a couple of months, you just might see one of those gorgeous seen-on-TV-style transformations of the Bass Wall. Here’s the before…
stay tuned for the after.
The trout wall doesn’t look half bad, though your account makes me chuckle. To me, it looks fresh and open, a look I really like since my house is a “bit” more cluttered.
That trout looks more like a large mouth bass. And I think it looks great there too. It looks like your husband landed the ‘Big One’ Great memory to have caught it while fishing with all the boys.
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