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Old 01-02-2014, 08:08 PM   #1
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New Pictures on Murphy Bed Platform

We thought we would like to have our own photos hanging in our Solera, so we had a local frame shop replace the original pictures with new matting and our photos. We are happy with out they turned out, and love that we were able to personalize the décor with photos we took of places we have visited.

Happy New Year to all!
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Old 01-02-2014, 09:14 PM   #2
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Very, very nice!
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Very, very nice!
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We thought we would like to have our own photos hanging in our Solera, so we had a local frame shop replace the original pictures with new matting and our photos. We are happy with out they turned out, and love that we were able to personalize the décor with photos we took of places we have visited.

Happy New Year to all!
Nice touch with replacing the carbon copy photos with your own memories.
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"carbon copy"...Those were my life's work.
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How did you get the pictures off of the bed frame?
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How did you get the pictures off of the bed frame?
My husband used fishing line that he pulled down between the picture frames and the bed platform. They came off the platform easily - a lot easier than we anticipated they might! When putting them back up, we used Scotch Extreme Mounting Tape that holds up to 20 lbs. The pictures don't weigh anywhere close to that, but given we store our Solera in non-climate controlled storage when not using it, we wanted to be sure we were using tape that would hold in both high and low temperatures.

On a side note, the framer used the original frames and the clear plastic, so the only new materials she provided were the mats and the labor. I printed the photos, so the total cost was right around $70, including the Scotch mounting tape.
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Gee, we did'nt get any pictues with our M
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Uh-oh. Maybe they fell off in transit. Here's what ours looked like.
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