Cellar Red Wall Art
Romantic warmth is captured here in these painted vintage wine bottles and filled Merlot glasses. An aged background of tasteful oranges, olives and rusts bring a sense of vitality and exciting mystery to your living space. The black frame has a four inch bevel and measures 32" L x 43 3/4" W. Hanging hardware not included.
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Cellar Red Wall Art I purchased this wall art for a Christmas present . It was torn on the back and the picture is coming off the frame . I guess I'm not the only one having problems with this piece of art . I will be returning asap . December 25, 2012
Good for a Large Open Wall Space Economical piece for a large open wall space I had in my den. It seemed to be packaged well to protect it, but the paper backing still had several long tears on it when it arrived that I had to put tape on. Also the inner frame became detached from the main outer frame at one corner, but this didn't really matter when it was hung. It had heavy cardboard protectors on all four corners which was good, but to my surprise they were stapled to the back of the outer frame, and it was difficult to remove these staples. I was also very surprised that there was absolutely no mounting hardware whatsoever on this thing. You can't just take it out the box and hang it up. You have to buy and install some mounting hardware yourself on this thing to be able to hang it. I'm surprised nobody else commented about this. Perhaps mine was missing something? May 8, 2012
Love it! We purchased this for our formal dining room. The picture is really big and looks wonderful on our large wall. You can see brush strokes when light hits it a certain way and I think it gives it great character. Most pictures like this are hundreds of dollars so this is an amazing deal. We highly recommend this. September 26, 2011
Great Picture! I love this picture. It looks great in our kitchen. It is the perfect size for our wall. We get tons of compliments on it and people can't believe that we got it at Bed, Bath & Beyond. June 6, 2011