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Line It Up: A Modern Tweak to the Ubiquitous Gallery Wall

(Image credit: Frame Bridge )

In theory, I’ve never met a gallery wall I didn’t like. They fill a blank wall up nicely and add personality to a room by allowing you to display your favorite artwork, photos and keepsakes all in one spot. But they’re not always easy to pull off. Even when you’re going for that artfully random look, a gallery wall takes a lot of planning. So if you’re looking for a way to simplify the process and do something a little different, then consider the aligned art wall, where some (or all) of the outer edges of your frames line up perfectly with one another no matter their sizes.

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Posted on Jul 4, 2017

DIY Ideas for Framing Big Art on a Small Budget

This past fall, I went on a quest for a simple frame for a long 14-by-50-inch map. After quickly realizing there was no way a store-bought frame would fit these odd dimensions, I emailed a local NYC framing company for a quote. A couple days later, there it was in my inbox: a whopping $782.09 cost estimate. As much as I value supporting local businesses, there was no way I could do it. So then how do you make a big statement without completely destroying your budget? Follow the lead of the thrifty crafters that follow, and build your own.

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Posted on Jun 30, 2017

Unexpected Art: 10 Things You’ve Never Thought About Framing (But Should!)

If you assume you can’t afford to deck the walls in your apartment, you may just need to think outside the art gallery. Craft supply stores, thrift shops and your own closet seem like unlikely places to find wall decor, but all it takes to transform common objects into art is a fresh frame of mind—and some inexpensive frames.

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Posted on Jun 25, 2017

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