Sunday, October 13, 2013

Gallery Wall II {DIY Art}

Yesterday we reviewed a gallery wall that originally hung in our third son's nursery in Iowa. Today we're looking at another gallery wall that many of those original pieces ended up in. It's from our guest room in Ohio. This time the collection looks more organic, like I added pieces over time. It's also less rustic and a little more colorful. Which version do you like better?

It's Day 13 of my 31-Day Series for October!

(This is a re-post from May. Dude, it's the weekend!)
I knew since most of the furniture from Josiah's nursery would now be used in our guest room, the white frames would follow suit. Here's where it is now.

I've been picking things that are a little more colorful for the guest room than for the nursery. I added the two pictures of my little guys in the bathtub too (still need to edit and print the third--oops!). 

This wreath hung on the barn door headboard at our old house. Remember it? I hung it on an empty frame that used to feature a cute little outfit in the nursery.
And then there was this empty frame from the nursery that had twine strung on it. Why not clip some paint chips to it? Instant color! 
Moral of the story: If it's cute, put a frame on it! Or if it's the right size or texture, or if you can group like items together, or if you just like a bunch of pretty things, frame them! And if your frames don't match, spray paint is your friend!

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