…put it on a shelf. Seriously.
Here’s my tip to people who either A) love old houses or B) are indecisive: put up shelves. Plaster walls are awful to patch and paint-no matter how meticulous you are, you can still see the spots that were patched. So, if you’re like me and have to move things around a million times before you like them, put it on a shelf.
For example, take this wall in my kitchen. I can’t even count how many times I’ve changed it up in here:
Bad beadboard and unfinished walls
Here it was in it’s post-beadboard-freshly-painted state
and then I put up the painted blue frames with vacation pictures in them
then it got a small laminate shelf
and then the pallet wine shelves
and now, finally, some narrow shelves/wide picture ledges. They were in my bedroom until it occurred to me that they’d be perfect in here. Now I can change stuff as often as I want without putting more holes in the walls. You better believe that these will be going up in my bedroom and the laundry room (just as soon as I can get to IKEA!)