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.
Marcella Lentz-Pope wanted to create the look of a family photo gallery wall, but without the family photos. Therefore, she created the look by using antique photos she has found and fallen in love with over the years.
Another DIY project that Jeanie Engelbach created for her home? Turning an IKEA cabinet into a piece of art. With pictures of pinup girls and a mirrored front, this DIY cabinet is the perfect place to house clothing.
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.
There's no need for art on the walls when you have such a beautiful outside view to wake up to. This gorgeous modern bedroom takes advantage of the surrounding great outdoors with a perfectly placed picture window and clean white walls for the ideal backdrop.
A large 4' x 6' picture window draws your eye to the view just outside this contemporary kitchen.The window is set in a slate stacked-stone accent wall, the striking interior complementing the equally striking outside view.
The designer of this transitional California family room reconfigured the windows and installed a large picture window in a formerly solid exterior wall. Now the homeowners have an enchanting view of their garden and crabapple tree from the family room and the adjoining kitchen.