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unframed art for gallery wall. Children's art as well as professional.
Frames mixed in with kids art
Love the display of children's art
Creating a casual gallery wall in a hallway is a great way to showcase your children's latest work. By attaching similar frames to the wall without the glass, you will be able to replace pieces as your children's work develops.
Framed and hung together, kids' art can look
color, art, heirlooms and accessories — will help you stay true to yourself and make your home beautiful, too. Guide: How to Make Your Home Feel More Like You
While we’re on the subject of children, kids’ art is some of the most joyous, unconstrained, charming and heartwarming work on the planet.
“Kids art” — Lisa Read
Nina van de Goor's Home
Art display. Use of same frame
White walls and black couch unify this art gallery
children's art into a home is to place these works of art in with other collected images, giving equal weight to all of one's favorite pieces of artchildren's and others.
display the art in their room. Change out pictures as you see fit to keep the gallery updated.
Covering an entire wall makes a statement. Framed art looks cheerful and colorful in this playroom. This would be a practical way to display your children's art, and they will beam with pride to see their work
pieces of art. The consistent band of color will also add height and width to each piece, allowing your eye to focus on each individual piece of art.
“Wall-o-frames” — alliecorbin
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the kids art is so fun
Children's art displayed proudly for all to be inspired!
I love this kitchen apart from art work!
Children's art work on glass backsplash
love children's art work hanging
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“love children's art work hanging” — makharris
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Love this way to display children's art
kids art hanging: playroom or office
hanging art work from 18 gauge wire tied through two small screw eyes. tiny clothespins from a craft store
use a jump rope to hang art on
Really cool for the kids art work
where children work on their arts and crafts.
Along with painted pictures, children come home from school with other art projects that are display worthy. Grouping them and displaying them in a craft corner can get your own creative juices flowing.
replaced. My children are growing up. Christopher and Lydia don't draw me pictures anymore and rarely write cards, and Eden isn't as prolific as she was. I lay in that big bed with both the girls and sobbed until my head ached. I couldn't stop, and we all wept together. I was still happy to be alive. I still
“Parrot!” — soropcla
Bohemian Apartment Blue Wall with Piano
Picture rail system makes art displays more
simplicity and contrast of shapes and art
kids' art along a ledge such as this shows it off in a casual, graphic way and makes it easy to rotate regularly. In such a bold space, too many vivid artworks might have overpowered each other. Instead, the brighter ones are balanced by more restrained selections — a great tactic with any collection
kids' art and book collections, while drawers corral loose items and toys.Paint: Utah Sky, Benjamin Moore
“photo shelves” — baybiicakes
Farmhouse Hall
What is used to hang the leaf art, a thumbtack?
old chest and dried leaf wall art
More Art Arrangement Advice: How to Display Family Photos Easy Decorating: Great Plate Arrangements Make a Place for Children's Art
Small art gains strength in numbers. Postcard-size leaf prints make a strong visual impact when they're massed over a sideboard.
A grid of leaf prints becomes a one-of-a-kind piece of art.Get more ideas in the DIY section
with your children and collect bunches of colorful leaves around your yard, street or even at the park. Press them under a book overnight, then glue them to cut squares of textured paper. The result will be stunning enough to stay up year-round.
neighborhood children. Have your diminutive helpers collect the leaves, then press them between the pages of a nice, heavy book before mounting them on paper and hanging them on the wall.
“light” — shynek
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: A 1920s Dutch Doctor's House gets new life...
Kids Art, Kids table, white, light and bright
their children’s comfort in mind. They added a kid-size play area next to the family dinner table; a large magnetic board displays the children’s art, while floor baskets store toys and keep the space organized. A band of glass set into the floor in front of the garden doors lets natural light into the
Ball; children’s table and chairs: Design Within Reach (chairs are Series 7 Children’s Chairs); pendant lamp: Tolomeo INC Double Shade Suspension, Artemide; dining chairs: Bottega Side Chair in Off White, Design Within Reach; baskets: Hable Construction
“Kids' table and chairs” — Tiffany Kamer
sarah & bendrix
living room
A pillow collection and an art arrangement that are seemingly haphazard as shown here, create a dressed-down look with plenty of style.
Ignore principles in favor of creativity. Pillow collection and art arrangement may seem haphazard but create style
over (my children’s art and writing), what I have longed for (pictures and videos), what my mind has returned to again and again (more than 30 years of letters and journals) could fit into a small closet with room to spare.It’s a peculiar experience to have sorted through all my possessions, to have gotten
horizontal art above. A gallery wall allows you to create a large display out of smaller images for a fraction of the cost of one giant and expensive piece. Note the clean horizontal edge along the bottom that unifies and contains the collection.
“pix” — hartley07
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