The landing at the top of the first flight of stairs has always been an annoyingly awkward space. It's not big enough to put to any real use but is too big to leave completely bare. It also suffers from a lack of natural light and two different floor levels.
Up until recently I had a narrow book case on the landing which did little other than make the space look crowded and messy. But once I painted it gray and it all looked lovely and clean and fresh I was determined not to clutter it up with furniture again.
So I've just stuck to hanging a number of my favourite prints in an attempt to give it a bit of identity without taking up any floor space.
I've used different coloured frames, hanging them in an abstract design and used my beautiful 50p mirror as the main focal point to the display. I've hung it at a height that means that when you look in it your reflection looks just like another print.
I'm really happy with how it's turned out and the fact that the space looks so much bigger and brighter. Now I just have to tackle the actual stairs, which are completely enclosed and almost impossible to make look nice!
I'm thinking melamine plates.