Although I don't believe every wall in my house needs to be filled for a less cluttered look, I love beautifully decorated homes with unique artwork.
While shopping in Paper Source, I spotted this Constellation Wrapping Paper for only $4.95 and thought it would look great in my son's room. The colors are perfect and my son recently became interested in learning more about the solar system.
I considered framing it, until I remembered the vintage pants hanger I purchased from Etsy last year.
Hanging it was quick, easy and inexpensive.
Simple makes me happy!
A great way to add character to your walls.
While shopping in an antique market I spotted a display of "vintage-looking" posters for sale.
I'm not sure when or how it happened, but I have a thing for birds! I love bird decor, but in small doses.
The price was right, so I decided to buy it.
Unsure of how to frame it, a quick internet search led me to Chris Loves Julia's blog with instructions to frame a vintage poster.
I purchased and stained 4 wood slats, but ended up only using 2.
Next, I attached the poster to the slats using my staple gun.
Then, I added a metal bookplate cover.
Love that extra bit of detail!
I secured it to the wall using Command Strips.
I love my new art. It's my new favorite thing in my home!
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