When it comes to revamping a room in my home or studio, I love wall art projects because they usually give you the most bang for your buck in terms of transforming a space. Admittedly though, I don't always have the time it takes to create awesome DIY art pieces. So, I came up with a modern, minimal way to add great artwork to your walls in under 30 minutes and thought I'd share the tutorial, in case you're always in a time crunch for DIYs like I am. Continue Reading
Get ready, gang, because this is a fast one! I love having art all throughout my house, but I don’t love buying frames. They’re so expensive. I don’t own any rare art, so it seems silly to buy frames that cost more than the original artwork itself. I like the trending, vintage-y look of a scroll frame, but enjoy the freedom of being able to switch out art pieces, like with a traditional frame. So why not both? Continue Reading
Who doesn’t want a gallery wall in their home? It’s an easy way to fill the wall and make any space more complete. While it can seem daunting to get each photo perfectly spaced and hung, it’s really not harder than a few extra steps taping paper to the wall!
Check out these tips by Janette Crawford over on Momtastic!
How to Hang A Gallery Wall by [Janette Crawford for Momtastic]
This month, we’ve been scouring the web looking for budget decor projects. From furniture to wall art, I’ve tried to do my research. And I realized this project falls right into the theme! You just need a bunch of old jewelry to do it!
With Valentine’s Day coming up, I know some of you are looking for a creative gift for your special person/pet/self. Well, look no further! A gallery wall of picture frames from Change of Art fits the bill perfectly; just fill it up with some family snapshots and you’re ready to go! We’ll give you two! Read on to learn more about this week’s prize, and how to win!
Change of Art frames are built to make the picture framing and hanging process easier and faster than ever. Continue Reading
Who says fabric is only for sewing? I, a self-proclaimed fabric hoarder, have lots that I don’t see myself cutting into any time soon since I am waiting for the perfect project for it. In the meantime, that beloved print can still make a statement in my home! Framing fabric, like the photo above from Cape 27, is a great way to use fabric as art. How about more easy ideas? If you have a great, large-scale print that you love, why not stick it to a door? Continue Reading
So you have a photograph you’d like to have enlarged and framed, but you’re not sure if it’s quite right for the wall/room you have in mind in which to display it. Or perhaps you’ve found what you think might be the perfect print for that bare wall in your digs. These familiar situations are no longer conundrums with art.com‘s cool MyFrameShop. The feature allows users to virtually frame pictures in their Facebook, Picasa or Flickr accounts OR straight off their computers OR those works in art.com’s collection. Continue Reading
Stock wood trim is one of the best kept secrets at the home improvement store. If you’ve seen the choices of wood molding available but you don’t really know how you can use it, check out these design and architectural elements for some DIY inspiration. All you’ll need to get started is an inexpensive miter box, some wood glue, nails and a tape measure.
You know those ‘grandma-type’ houses where the walls are jam-packed with frames of every size featuring every member on the family tree? I find them a bit overwhelming, but The Daily Decorator has found some very nice examples of how these over-populated walls can actually work. Check them all out right here.
Got jars? Need frames? Do this.