If you've ever tried to line up your photos or images so that the mat frames the exact spot you want, you know how tricky that can be. All too often, you flip the image over, tape it to the mat, flip it to check it – only to discover, it’s not even. You flip it over again, un-tape, adjust, re-tape, flip again – it’s time consuming and frustrating.
I'm beyond thrilled (ok, I'm ecstatic) to announce that we're now selling our products at Lowe's stores across the USA. Wow! I have to pinch myself to make sure that I'm not dreaming.
I love hanging stuff by myself because I don't have to wait for anyone to help me. When I buy something for my walls I usually hang it up right away. None of that nonsense where things sit on the floor for weeks before it gets hung.
If you're looking for a stylish and affordable way to fill a blank wall, frame a poster. You'd be surprised at how quickly it will add style to your space with minimal effort and money.
Woohoo! I can't believe I'm in Oprah's magazine. Yes this one, the July issue. I've been an Oprah fan for as long as I can remember, so to be featured in her magazine is super exciting.
Centering artwork over a piece of furniture can be a real pain! Sure, you can try to eyeball it, but you’re almost guaranteed to be off. Here’s what I do, and it works like a charm every time.
Help us choose a paint color for our feature wall and you'll be entered to WIN a spring wall refresh prize pack.