While shopping for art, don’t get distracted by unattractive frames. You can always move the art into a more modern frame that better suits your style and space. These gold tone frames work really well and tie into the room’s vintage light fixture.
Adventures in the great outdoors travel indoors with a large framed photo of Icelandic horses. The image brings in soothing blue, white and golden tones to the space that are found in other areas of the home while also adding a natural element that invites daydreaming and relaxation.
Think your gems are picture perfect? Remodel a frame to show off your works of art. Board up a frame back, add a few eyehooks and attach a homemade drawer (this one's made from scrap molding) to show off your adornments.
Some spots in the home lend themselves to symmetrical design scheming. Case in point: A desk set in front of a window. By flanking the window with a pair of branch “trees,” the design team drew attention to the sparkling wreath hanging against the glass and the mini desk-top forest.