Both your art and the frame can bring interest to your walls. There are so many approaches to help you make a statement with your art, no matter the size. Loving this thin gold frame + Michelle Armas Ochi Print + over-sized mat. This is a great way to frame a smaller print to create an even bigger impact on your walls. The varying widths of the frame, mat, and print work so well together.
This gallery wall is another good example of smaller prints contained with larger mats in narrow gold frames. The prints and mats vary in size and compliment the random arrangement of the frames nicely. There still is a sense of uniformity with the actual frame sizes and the gold trim.
The grouping of prints used in our Traditional Comfort home highlights how to fill a wall with just the right amount of frames.
There are so many other elements of this room to talk about, but the simple gold frame makes a perfect statement for this incredible space. It also highlights how simple your decor for your mantel can be. Oh, how I love this space.
I also had to share this photo because I like the linear arrangement of the photos along the entire length of the wall. It might be a fun and different way to display a series of prints.
Have you tackled any framing projects recently? Please share!