A beautiful decorating solution for your home's high ledges.
When we built our house fourteen years ago, we thought that the walls in our cathedral-ceilinged living room would look super nifty with high ledges. Although the high wall ledges do look really neat, they are inaccessible and difficult to decorate. We ended up placing an eclectic mix of decorations on the ledge. It looked okay, but wasn't anything we loved. And once it was put up, it stayed up, since it was so difficult to reach. Finally, after years of staring at the same sad assortment of random decorations, I convinced my husband to pull out the scary-tall ladder and try again. This time, I wanted something more meaningful and architectural. We live high up in the Utah mountains surrounded by trees. I wanted to mimic the view of branches that we see everyday out of our windows.
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With the box cutter, cut a foam sheet into approximately 16" by 3' pieces. You can really make these into whatever size works best for you and your space. For a small ledge area, you will only need one or two branch bouquets and one pink foam sheet, but adjust as necessary. I had a lot of ledges to fill so I used 8 IKEA willow bouquets and a few foam sheets. The sheets are usually sold in extra-large 8' x 4' sheets and smaller 3' x 3' sheets.