A Revamp of a Room Using Frame Gallery



One of my hobbies is to take photos. I like to immortalize all kinds of moments, expecting the funerals. I prefer to take photos of happy moments so that they can remind me of beautiful and nice things and help me keeping in my mind like this. At home I have thousands of photos in my albums and even more on my computer. There moments when I feel the need to watch them as I miss al those happy moments of my life.

The next DIY project refers to the use of a frame gallery in order to help you revamp a room. If you have beautiful photos and some various frames that you have not used them until now, all is almost done. You must decide on your frame wall and then prepare your photos. You can lay out all the frames on a large piece of cardboard and begin by spraying them with Rustoleums Glossy Black spray paint. The frames need to dry for a couple of days and then you can begin selecting which photos and images you want to put in what frames. You can transform a bare and boring space into a colorful and dear place.

The next step is to think of the frame arrangement you want to get on the frame wall. The best technique for hanging frames on a wall is to use pieces of paper or newspaper in the shapes of your frames. Thus you can mark the nail holes for the frames and then replace each piece of paper with the frame you chose.{found on compartmentlife}.


Published by in DIY, on April 24th, 2012

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