I'm stirring up some wall art for our soon to be new living room paint color (stay tuned for that) and I have an itch to make a picture frame grouping over the couch. It's classic, simple, stylish, personal and, cheap! Just like me....mmmm, ok, not really.
Check our some of my inspiration groupings:
For a grouping to be successful like my three favorites, it is important for the frames to share a common trait. Having qualities like the same style or color frame, same color mat, or classic black and white photos sets a classy grouping apart from a mish mosh (technical term) of frames thrown on the wall. My goal?
The first step to creating a successful a grouping? Grouping the frames!
I started by gathering all of the extra frames I had in the house, including some great deals I got treasure hunting at local thrift shops:
I spent the next hour or so arranging, and rearranging until I achieved my final product:
Baby, you're on fire...
Obviously, there is still a lot of
Have you had success with groupings? Any tips to share? Or, do you prefer to forgo the abundance of frames? Think my grouping's balanced or do you see some place for improvement? Come on, groupies (hehe) spill!