Every home should have a frame wall that nestles it's most prided pictures, family photos or art. Not only is it a decor statement, but it's a beautiful way to tell a story about you, the people who are important to you as well.
We gathered our most favorite arrangements which suit different spaces, small and large; along with simple tips to help you build your frame wall.
A unified grid is the most straightforward wall to fill a wall and add on to with time. Its consistency creates a strong focal point.
This layout is softer on the eyes and adds relief to your arrangement while maintaining symmetry. It also allows for adding more frames over the years.
A row of frames makes a strong statement and visually widens the room. You may use the same artwork in a repetition of three or more frames for quite a dramatic look.
Mix styles and sizes for a unique, collected-over-time look that works in spaces large or small.
Great for smaller areas, this layout lets you mix sizes and shapes along a centered vertical line.
We call this the laid-back arrangement! Because it allows you to rearrange your frames as often as you like without having to remove, rehang, replaster anything.
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