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 stopped straightening your frames because you know they'll end up crooked all over again next time you dust, you're not alone. But life is too short to put up with such niggly little things – here's a cool product that is guaranteed to put an end to crooked pictures.
Sectional sofas - we love them because they’re nice and big and they’re perfect for the whole family to snuggle together to watch TV. On the other hand, we hate them because they're big and bulky, take up lots of floor space and never fit perfectly centered against a wall.
This is one of the most popular question we get from our readers, so I thought I’d share it on our blog to help out others who have trouble figuring out what size of art is appropriate for their wall space.
We all know how frustrating hanging pictures can be, and often pictures can sit on floors for months before homeowners get the nerve to tackle this daunting task.
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.
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.
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.
We're beyond thrilled about our brand new Place&Push™ Frames! We’ve completed reinvented the way to hang pictures by designing frames that you simply push into the wall to hang them.
If you hate hanging pictures, you'll LOVE these frames. Meet our brand new picture frames called Place&Push. At first glance they may look like any other frames but they're not. The big difference is in the way you hang them - you simply push the frames into the wall to hang them.
One of our co-workers just had a baby. Him and his wife are beyond thrilled. It's their first baby and he's super excited to be celebrating his first Father's Day.
When I saw this Gallery Perfect Kit, I just had to buy it. It was affordable, comes with three sets of images, white mats, and all the frames are thin and black, which would look great in any décor scheme, no matter the style or color. To get started, I was inspired to recreate the look shown on the packaging, but once I was done I challenged myself and came up with seven different looks using the seven frames, or one look for every day of the week (just kidding!). It’s amazing how you can get a brand new look for your walls just by switching the frames around.