When our living room remodel was done we were left with a nice clean and very white blank canvas. After taking a little break from all the dust and the work I started actually making a mood board for the colours I want to add to the room to make it feel cosier.
As you might have seen one of the main colours I added was Denim Drift by Flexa. If you missed that post go here to see it. Painting a wall is the fastest way to get some interest on walls. Another way is to build a gallery wall. I love gallery walls in all its forms.
I’m still in the process of collecting nice things to put in my gallery wall but I didn’t want to live with bare walls until that happens. I wanted to start displaying some of the things I already have. I’m a true collector of stuff. I’m trying to not do that so much anymore but I can’t help myself sometimes. Enter this little big DIY project. Basically, we build a simple oversized wooden frame to use as a revolving gallery space to showcase favourite pictures, posters and the like. O, and when I say we build the frame I totally mean the husband did the building.
I wanted a chunkier frame so I could sit something on it and hang stuff off of it. We used 4 pieces of 100 cm, 25 x 45 mm pinewood joined at the corner to build this frame. It’s that simple you guys. No step by step instructions needed.
Now I can showcase whatever I’m liking at the moment and rotate as often as I want to without putting a million holes in the wall.
Have a good week guys.