::: New White Frames :::
Why not frame it? You can now purchase any of our prints along with this modern looking white frame. The perfect addition to your next gallery wall. Mix some of our new framed prints with your family photos and other décor for a fun and personal gallery wall.
Here are the details:
– Wooden white deep frames with crisp, clean lines
– Comes with 0.035 inch styrene instead of glass for safety
– Frame has 7/8″ face width and 1-1/2″ overall depth
– Features a sawtooth on back for easy hanging
The new white frames are available in two sizes, 8×10 inches and 16×20 inches. To start shopping for your next gallery wall project visit here >>
Today we are showcasing the new Love Letters design available as prints, canvasses, or as a downloadable 5×7 free valentine card here. Isn’t it darling? This great color scheme helps this wall art make your heart beat a little faster. It is the second addition to our Love collection that can be viewed here. And from now until Valentine’s day, the new collection is on sale. Get 20% off on all new Valentine’s day wall art. Shop the sale here >>>
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The questions was, what should I do with the long white wall along our hallway? The possibilities were endless, the ideas were great. But it tuns out that this hallway, which connects all three kids’ rooms, is more than just a connector at times. It can be the office for school play, a track for Hot Wheels racing, or even a bowling alley. So when it came down to deciding on the decor, I thought that framing some of the kids’ artwork was definitely the best option. They are so proud of their artwork hanging on the wall, and I adore this look.
To make this gallery wall work with the kids’ artwork, I chose frames that follow the style of my home. Alex and I like dark wood colors, as you can see by the hardwood floors, we prefer silver to gold, white is always present and black is spotted here and there. So for the gallery wall I chose walnut wood frames, along with silver and mirror frames. Some big and some small. All purchased at Target. The layout for the wall is somewhat symmetric, but it also has some movement. I really like how it tuned out. The windows help make this space feel bright and airy. It looks very kid-friendly; yet very stylish.
I am thrilled to see our first magazine feature. The Australian magazine Shop4Kids is featuring our Birth Print as one of their picks for their arts and crafts session. Along with Trendy Peas is also some of the beautiful designs by Rachel Castle, Mandy Sutcliffe and Monica Gaspar. Thank you so much Shop4Kids. Seeing the issue today just made my day. Yay!