I made this heart art for my daughter’s bedroom and I like it so much that I thought I’d share it with you. You can download it for FREE directly from our website – all you need is a printer. Print one heart or print them all to create the perfect Valentine gallery wall.
Hanging one canvas on its own is usually pretty straightforward. Where things get complicated is when you want to hang a group of them together. The thought of lining up three or more canvas in a perfect row is unthinkable for most of us.
If you’ve ever tried to line up your photos or images so that the mat frames the exact spot you want framed, you know how tricky that is.
A new year means a new calendar! Call me old fashioned, but I love having a paper calendar on my walls. Although all my appointments are on my Google calendar, the paper version is like having a timeline on my walls – at a glance I know exactly where I am.
I love sharing tips and tricks with our blog readers – this simple tip will save you time and potential mistake holes too. When hanging more than one picture frame, start by placing your frames on the floor to figure out the best possible arrangement.
Have you ever received a present that was so beautifully wrapped that you didn’t want to open it? It’s a wonderful feeling to know that as much attention was given to the wrapping as it was to the gift itself.
Here’s a great holiday decorating idea that not only looks stylish, but can be pulled together in a matter of minutes. Simply frame a holiday card and hang it up or display it on a sofa table or a dresser to create a festive vignette.
Deciding what to hang in a bedroom can be a real nightmare. What color, what theme, what size of art, how many pieces and what’s the overall feeling you want to create.
If you’ve been wanting to create a gallery wall in your house, haven’t attempted it because of the fear of putting too many extra holes in your walls, you’ll love this article.
Here is another quick and easy holiday decorating idea to bring some festive style to your home. Have you ever received a holiday card that’s so beautiful that you don’t want to throw it out once the season is over?
You buy the perfect size of frames to frame pictures of your family, vacation or pets. When the time comes to hang them, you’re feeling confused because you don’t know where to begin.
Hanging three picture frames in a perfectly straight row is easier than you think. This is the perfect type of wall arrangement to hang above a long piece of furniture such as a dining table, a hutch or a headboard because the art mimics the shape of the furnishings below. Here’s what I did.
If you’re cringing at the thought of using fake snow in your house because you think it’s tacky, I’m hoping that this post will change your mind. Sometimes, all is needed is a little fake snow to get that perfect winter wonderland look.
I was looking for art that looked festive without being overly Christmassy, but since I couldn’t find what I was looking for, I made my own using gift wrapping paper. Here’s what I did and what I learned so you can easily recreate the look too.
Nowadays when you buy a canvas, it rarely comes with any hanging hardware which can be very frustrating. And no, it’s not safe to hang it by the frame because it could easily fall off the wall. So what do you do?
Finding the perfect height to hang any artwork can be a challenge. But when it comes to a child’s room, the rules change again. Remember, your kids’ room is for them, so make sure to hang pictures, bookshelves, black boards etc…at their level, not at yours.
Although our Place&Push™ frames include original artwork ready for display, we made it easy to switch artwork to help you keep your walls fresh. You can frame photos, kids’ art, paintings, cards and anything else you choose within minutes.
In most cases, the bed is the focal point of a bedroom which includes the space above the headboard. And choosing what to hang in that space can very a real challenge.
One of the biggest challenges when hanging a gallery wall is getting the spacing between frames even. Well, we took care of this by designing Spacer Strips.
Why use a 3 foot carpenter’s level when a tiny one would do the trick? When hanging pictures, this mini level is the most important tool I keep on hand.