Whether we’re displaying family photos, architectural, botanical or any other kind of print, we can’t get enough of picture galleries. Not only do they really define a space but they also add interest to any room. Looking to create a fabulous artistic touch on a budget? Find great, inexpensive frames and fill them with the picture of your choice.
In this gorgeous foyer, Charles Faudree, as featured in Veranda, displays prints in wooden, matted frames, similar to these Fetco Matted Wood Wall Frames.
The bedroom is our favorite place to display cherished family memories. The room below, featured in Architectural Digest, designed by Elissa Cullman utilizes black-and-white photos to individualize the space. These Malden Linear Wooden Frames can give you a similar look in your bedroom.
Nina Griscom’s daughter Lily’s bedroom gets a touch of chid-like elegance from these animal prints, showcased in frames similar to these Collage PhotoMat Frames.
In this bedroom, Phoebe Howard uses a picture gallery over the bedside table to create a complement to this beyond fabulous canopy bed. We love these Fetco Two-Tone Frames that are beautiful as well as eco-friendly!
Designer Mariette Hines Gomez, as featured in Architectural Digest, creates a focal point in this hallway by filling the space with prints in frames like these Malden Manhattan Wall Frames.
This handsome, tented men’s dressing room, designed by Mario Buretto, gains quite a bit of interest from these classic Vanity Fair prints. (The prints are, by the way, readily available on eBay.) Frame them in these Espresso Frames to give a similar masculine look.
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