Using frames as decoration in a room is an easy and (I think!) fun way to add a personal touch to your home. Of course there’s the usual candidates lined to be framed–photographs, mirrors–but check out some of these ideas when you’re deciding what to hang on your wall!
In light of my recent post about how to hang your photo frames, check this out! A really great idea for a big, blank kitchen wall.
I love decorating and adding personal touches to spaces, so I wasted no time getting started on our new house after we moved in. One of my first projects was adding a gallery wall in our kitchen. It’s a mix of a couple new pieces, and some oldies-but-goodies that you might recognize from our old apartment.
From top left: Chalkboard from Shabby McFabby (originally a “thank you” sign for our wedding)
Macaron print from Geraldine Adams Illustrations with white frame from Amazon
Andy Warhol print from the IMA (similar found here) with blue frame from Michael’s
Wedding photo with white frame from Michael’s
White-framed cork board and photo frame from a garage sale many moons ago
Mushroom print from Lucile’s Kitchen with white frame from Amazon
Do you have a gallery wall in your space? What have you filled it with?
With today’s advanced smartphones, everyone is a photographer! Personally, between my iPhone and camera, I have tons great photos that are just sitting on a memory card. They deserve better than that, and so do your photos!
Display your photos in a unique way for all to enjoy in your home. Here are some tips and tricks that I’ve found that can be a big help when figuring out what to do with all those framed memories.