Apply the adage “less is more” to frames. This grouping is an eclectic and chic solution for wall decoration done inexpensively.
Wondering where to display the rocks your family collected on vacation? Hang some thick, natural wood frames and rest the rocks inside. (Museum wax can help hold them in place.) It turns them into instant artwork and places them an unexpected spot.
Gallery walls aren’t anything new, but sneaking in piece of framed mesh adds unique flair to this arrangement. Framing mesh not only works functionally as a place to hang jewelry, but the colorful jewelry also adds charm to the display.
Have an oversized bathroom mirror that extends wall to wall? Give it some visual interest by framing sections. This will also create separate areas for the sink and vanity.
No one would expect to find this vase inside a picture frame, and it creates a visual display all your own.
Simply because something is already framed doesn’t mean it can’t be re-framed. Lean an empty frame against the wall and complete the vignette with a smaller framed mirror and personal objects for a feminine and sweet look.
Add interest to a typically framed photograph with another frame via color-block. On the white wall, this piece would have been lost; against the orange, it pops. This is also inexpensive!
Create a distinction around your fireplace surround by framing it. This natural wood frame brings a welcomed sense of nature to the look.
Find great antique frames, place mirrors inside and hang them behind your bedside lamps. Not only is it a unique and unusual spot to place framed mirrors, but they will create a great reflective glow at night.
Get creative with both the frames and the contents. Distressed window panes can hold anything from typical artwork to pages of your favorite book, attached with ribbon.
Like the idea of wallpaper but not willing to commit to an entire wall? Framed wallpaper panels are a great solution. Paint the frames the same color as the wall to give the panels the effect of molding.
Frame your frames! Gallery walls are great ways to showcase a variety of pieces; if you really want them to pop, frame the gathering and paint the background a complementary color.
Ground a wall with empty frames, and then fill the remainder with something of personal meaning.