So here's the thing - I'm terrible at math, yet I love numbers! I especially love giant block numbers like these. Believe it or not, I made this modern looking art with pages ripped from my favourite Stendig calendar. This calendar is so beautiful (a piece of art in itself!) that I couldn't bring myself to throw out the "expired" months. So I thought I could recycle it by framing parts of it. That's how the idea for this gallery wall came to be, and I absolutely love the results. I re-used frames that I already had, and most importantly it's one of kind art.
Working with small spaces doesn’t mean you can’t think big in terms of being creative.
No dining room? No problem! See how we created a dining room in a space that didn’t have one. It’s amazing what you can do with a bit of creativity. We transformed our small footprint into an elegant and functional space.
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.
Spring is the perfect time to freshen up your décor with brighter, softer colors. Pastels seemed like the perfect choice for this DIY wall art project. By simply swapping out the existing artwork in frames I already had, I created a soft delicate palette for my walls.
This year at our office instead of going out to a restaurant to celebrate the holidays we decided to have a potluck lunch. Since our boardroom was the perfect place to have our feast, I decided to spruce up the white walls with some very cool wall art using red and white wrapping paper. Seriously, this DIY took very little time to do, barely cost anything, and delivered a huge “wow” factor. The wrapped boards instantly transformed our workspace into a bright and cheerful dining room ready for a hungry crowd.