Put a playful spin on classic game taxidermy with silhouette pop art. Paint the surface of the cardboard backing in a picture frame, then trace the silhouette of a buck head to the backing with a pencil. Cover the traced silhouette with colorful buttons, fastening them in place with hot glue.
Fresh flowers can be a real budget buster, so if you're looking for ideas to cut back in a big way, consider putting together non-floral centerpieces. Depending on your wedding theme or style you could consider anything from vintage books and candles, spray-painted branches, greenery, potted plants, fruit or picture frames.
A faux fur throw, blue comforter, gray throw pillow and navy tufted upholstered add color and texture to the smooth white surroundings of this bedroom. Small picture frames lined above the headboard add a personal touch without straying from the minimalist approach. Matching nightstands and table lamps sit on either side of the bed.
Paint an old picture frame to add a colorful outline to a ho-hum cork board. Or, consider removing the corkboard and attaching chicken wire to the back of the frame and clipping memos or favorite photos to it, like Ashley Campbell. This simple project requires paint, chicken wire, a staple gun and a bit of creativity.
This clever storage solution was made out of a plywood box placed between two wall studs. It’s based on the traditional wall safe only we added a few hooks and drawers to create a unique way to stow necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings. A light above the picture frame makes it easy to find your jewels.
A nature-inspired combination of cream, light olive, ice blue and pink produces a lovely and inviting living room. The ornate picture frame is the room's focal point and brings a touch of old-world charm to the space. The black lampshade and side chair provide a "pop" of strong color against the light blue walls and soft colors of the room.
A gold-rimmed tray can transition black and gold decor from holiday to holiday. Use trays with a mirror as the base, as in this display, or DIY trays made out of items such as old picture frames. Then you can add in metallic accessories, like napkins, gold-dot LED votives and succulents in gold pots, to complete the look.
This traditional bedroom features cozy blue and cream bed linens and lace accents, giving the space a cottage feel. A cream colored nightstand with ornate hardware displays a bronze bed lamp and coordinating blue lampshade, picture frame, along with other accessories. The lighter blues of the linens and accents contrast well with the sand colored walls. A blue and cream striped roman shade controls light and adds visual interest to the room.
Create a centerpiece vignette for your island in your favorite style, whether it’s rustic, vintage or modern. Texas designer Janna Allbritton of Yellow Prairie Interior Design says if you’re going rustic, look in your garage with a fresh set of eyes for unexpected items to use on the island. An old picture frame or caddy, like on this island, could do the trick. Use one large piece to anchor the arrangement, then decorate around it, she says.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It, Too, designer Jillian Harris gave the homeowners a modern dining space. With a table that seats up to six, there is plenty of space for the family to enjoy or to entertain their friends. She then added a modern chandelier to help bring light to the room. The walls are painted a neutral color and are accented by the dark picture frames and the metal of the chandelier.
White seaweed and crab pictures create a fun coastal patter on this pink wallpaper. The wallpaper covers the walls and ceiling for a fully encompassed room. A white standing sink and decorative white framed mirror create the vanity space. Gold sconces frame the mirror and match the gold faucet and handles.
A built-in entertainment center anchors this serene living room in shades of green and beige. Plush armchairs with matching ottoman, and a comfy transitional sofa invite guests to linger, while a large picture window frames the view.
You can turn virtually any traditional entryway into a makeshift mudroom by utilizing your DIY skills. First, take an old dresser and dress it up with a fresh coat of paint. Then, use picture frames and chalkboard paint and add them to the center of each drawer front; these will serve as name plates, so each family member will have a designated place to properly store their winter gear and accessories. The case good itself will serve as an attractive piece of furniture in the foyer and take up minimal space.