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Photos and Wall art
like the idea of clipping photos printed out along a long wire(s) as a working/changeable gallery of Ford's photos - looks cool and saves expense of framing
changeable display of photos
kid's art, pin board in decorative frame
A good gallery wall should be able to grow and grow without anyone being able to tell where it started. If you are keen on starting one, make sure you picked a large wall so you aren't limited in your search for small and beautiful framed images.
Note the clean horizontal edge along the bottom that unifies and contains the collection. Black is also a unifying color
Sticking to one color can look very nice. A delicate pink is found in each image in this girl's room gallery wall.
Speaking of color schemes, sticking to one color can look very nice. A delicate pink is found in each image in this girl's room gallery wall.
do a mix of "leftover" frames all painted cream or silver with family photos on the laundry room wall; add in plaques/other items for interest
jewelry organizers in frames for Kate's room
Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps a singing bird will come...dining room wall
nice art collage
randomly placed art all in similar style and frames
Barbara combines her love of art and family in this photograph of her husband. The photograph is composed of hundreds of miniature photos of her husband's life and family.
gallery of family photos in laundry room and/or hallway to bath
this could be fun in the laundry room too (especially if hung high?)
create poster from Kate's artwork - love the notations
old fishing lures hung above the doorway - looks like a school of fish
kate's artwork collages in the hallway and/or laundry room vs. in the playroom - use the more restful colors and sophisticated art in the playroom to balance the color and activities of the toys on the bookshelves?
for Scott and Michelle!
Kate's room - frame painted pegboard and hang jewelry and hair stuff
put Kate's art in the laundry room, the embroidered green tree/singing bird pieces in a horizontal row in breakfast room and mix Mayberry pics with old family photos and some of Ford's photos in the office/playroom
love how the green plant, pillows and accessories on the table tie to and balance the comic strip art on the wall
really clever! playful yet warm/comfortable vibe like this at the firefly
love the artwork - on the white call they're all drawings but with different frames and mats and subjects hung in a loosely associated salon gathering
like the collection of photos in matching gallery frames with large mats
Love the photo! This just says "Mom"
Easy scrap-fabric bunting. Even if you don’t have a sewing machine, you can still easily whip up a bunting. Start with fabric in a pretty pattern — it could be scraps from your stash or pieces cut from an old shirt or vintage pillowcase. Make a triangle-shaped template from a piece of card stock and use that to trace triangles onto the wrong side of your fabric; cut with fabric scissors or pinking shears. Once you have a pile of triangles, fold the top of each one over a piece of twine and hot glue in place.
gallery wall entry space - like the vintage pennant and other items mixed in with the 2d, like the runner on top of the dresser and use of dresser in an entry space - balance of orange bottom right and top left gives just the right pop
like how the dark floors, focal wall and ceiling create a line to define the space (sectional in same color keeps it uninterrupted and "frames" the artwork behind) --Venice photo in grid feels like a continuation of the view out the window