Corner Room

The Corner Room

The Corner Room has been in business since the 1850s. Originally it was called “Jack’s Road House” and was a retreat for weary travelers. Eventually the common name “The Corner” has been adopted by almost all Penn Staters, although the real name is the Hotel State College. 

Framed below in one of most popular frames, black mahogany wood. Other popular woods include black, walnut, cherry, oak or any other style or color you desire.

Wall hanging is important as well as the space you use. Below is the 24 x 30 inch print (full size 30" by 40") above a 6.5 foot long couch. A smaller size would probably not be appropriate.

 

Available sizes

Corner Room

The above represents one of many ways to frame this print. The red highlights the red bows in the Corner Room window planters and the off white mat blends with the snowy day. The piece is complimented with a 'black mahogany' frame.

Corner Room

The print alone in the framed image above is 24" x 30" and with the framing , it becomes a 30" x40" piece. The couch standard size is 66" long. The ceiling is 7' high. If you put, lets say an 11"x14" print in that space, it would look dwarfed.

Corner Room

The above image was produced in February of 2008. It was one of those wet snows that produce huge flakes. I had always admired the Corner Room from this view and thought with the large flakes, the snow on the tree limbs and the subtle lighting would create a striking scene. I think I did. Check pricing for standard prints on the PayPal pricing link on the home page left column at the bottom

Corner Room

This piece was triple matted to accent the three dominant colors, grey, white and black combined with a beautiful black wood frame. It is really quite stunning when you see it "live" and makes a beautiful statement in your home.