One of my favorite ways to decorate a wall is by doing a frame gallery. Those of you who've read this blog from way back would know that. (proof: here, here, here, here) It personalizes any room by displaying family photos, published work, favorite art -anything that can be framed actually. The possibilities are endless. The kind of frames you use will also affect the overall look of the wall. I wrote a post before on ways to display frame gallery -read here.
Anyway, for this office, we're displaying past works and magazine features of the client's work. I have them framed in white, light wood, and silver for some contrast but still keeping the feel light.
Forgot to photograph the process but basically, I just laid them out on the floor, arrange and re-arrange until I got to a look that I really like. Which is this:
Then off to the wall they go.
The colorful vibe of the "artwork" really reflects the look we're going for and I'm so thrilled with the outcome.
Up next on this office is shelf styling 101, then the big reveal. Stay tuned! :)