Bring the blue and white ceramic trend into your home with Asian-inspired floral frames.
Empty Picture Frames Against Striped Wall
Create empty pictures frames by shopping at garage sales and thrift stores to gather an assortment of picture frames varying in size, shape and texture. Remove any artwork or photos, then cut and remove picture wire using screwdriver and wire cutters.
Victorian Staircase With Bold, Dark Wood, Turquoise Walls and Yellow Gold Picture Frames
Bright turquoise wall paint brings an updated feel to the beautiful antique look of this wood staircase and railing. Ornamental designs in the wood create natural decoration, while yellow gold picture frames descending the back wall add a good contrast color to the turquoise. White molding breaks up the wall space creating a faux handrail look.
Staircase Shines With Gold Frames, Ruby Red Ottoman
By pairing an antique console table with Asian-inspired artwork, TerraCotta Design Build added serious interest to the stairs. The gold picture frames and ruby red stool bring in those jewel tones that the owner loves, too.
Beautifully vivid vintage photographs serve as the focal point in this sitting area. The neutral walls allow the colors in the photography to pop. A dark wood coffee table is padded by a white rug, which complements the white picture frames. Velvet chairs complete the look.
Timeless Wooden Farmhouse Front Door with Window Framing
The dark, rich wood finish of the front door is a beautiful contrast to the stark white interior walls and ceiling. Windows framing the door let in natural light to highlight the bright, clean look of the simple and timeless design. A heavy light fixture pairs with light sconces and thin picture frames for a balance of decor.
Desktop Details Featuring White Matted Prints, Contemporary Mirror Frame and Colorful Books
Colorful books add a pop of color against the white color scheme of this dresser top stylized decor. Thick white matted picture frames display dainty pictures. A white rabbit bookend doubles as a fun flower display beneath the sunburst frame of the wall mounted mirror.