Photo Wall

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I wanted to do a photo wall in my house and searched all over the internet for pictures of a style I liked. I didn’t find anything that was totally what I wanted, so I adapted a few ideas and just went with it. I bought a monogram wall decal from Etsy (who doesn’t love Etsy) and grabbed the pictures frames I had around the house and staggered them on the wall. I will add more picture frames eventually and I can always change out the pictures to get a new look.

As a side note, I hate when people say that they used only things they had laying around the house to design / create something. But in this case, I really did have all those frames. I had a mini photo wall in my old house and I am very matchy matchy, so I always bought the same type of frames whenever I needed a new one.

Overall, this cost me only the price of the decal ($24), but you could easily do something similar for under $100 total. IKEA has some great frames and if they don’t have the color you are looking for, don’t be afraid to spray paint them to get what you are looking for. It’s cheap and super easy. To me, those are key. Do you have a photo wall? If so, I would love to see a picture.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Suzy

    Pretty 🙂

  2. *~Dani~*

    I have always wanted one going up the stairs, but now I am not too sure. I love yours though.

  3. hungeryjack

    Nice post – wall pictures ..Keep Posting

    wall pictures

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