If you like it, put a frame around it!
Nothing like a little Beyonce to get the day going.
I have always loved to rearrange things. Whether it’s my desk, the furniture, pillows and so on. A fresh new change can totally change a room without have to revamp the whole area and just to switch things up with the stuff you already have, keeps the price tag down. Re-design on a tight budget is my middle name and just a simple change can refreshen your space and attitude. When I was little, I used to love to rearrange my room. I think that is where my love for interior design first popped up.
One of the easiest ways to do this, is to rearrange the art in your house. Make a new gallery wall in your entry way or switch out the photos on that side table. Every few months, I will gather some pictures through out our apartment and put them in different spots. It helps keep the room new and interesting and allows me to see a picture I haven’t seen in a while.
I started to collect frames that were all one color and pretty basic, these where white. I then started to incorporate frames that were unique and color coordinated with my other simpler frames, such as silver, gold, capris shell and some wood. This way, I had frames that I could have right next to each other with little pops of fun and interesting accented frames to give a chic, modern look. Because the frames match, it doesn’t matter where I put them in our house/ apartment, they still all go together.
It’s amazing how much money I have saved and time well spent just being able to “go shopping” in my own apartment. If you are looking for a great way to style your walls and have the ability to change things up, this is a great way to start. Ikea has a great selection of frames that are all one color and cheaper than most other stores, and Target, Home Goods and T.J. Maxx are great for those unique and stylish frames.
You can see our whole apartment tour here, but here is a tour of our frames up on the wall and around our tables.
What color frames would you put in your house or apartment?