5 Ways To Make A Big Impact With One Frame
One frame can do way more for a room than you imagine. Let’s look at five ways one frame makes a big impact.
Don’t be afraid to make one big bold statement.
Why sell yourself short with small photos? The bigger, the better – am.i.right? Gallery walls are great for staircases or long hallways, but don’t be afraid to make a big bold beautiful statement with a single large frame.
This one is especially near and dear to our heart – our exclusive Delta Girl gray wash – our special blend, each completely unique, that has that uber chic look of distressed barn wood, meets gray neutral dream.
Want to go even more bold? Add some pop with a colorful trim!
K.I.S.S. – keep it simple silly.
Listen, I’m a more-is-more kinda girl. But sometimes one beautifully created piece paired tastefully with the right accessories is just absolute perfection. We LOVE this boneweave beauty from our Gilded Molly collection paired with some of our favorite target finds for a budget friendly options that reads high-glamor – and oh.so.cool. Big impact, one frame. Done.
Layer on the accessories.
Who said frames HAVE to be hung?! Layer a beautiful frame with other beautiful accessories – a window, a vintage flag, antlers, a boxwood wreath, you name it – it’ll go. Either way – you can get BIG impact by mixing a single beautiful frame with other accessories and vintage finds.
Try a Chalkboard!
Who said it HAS to be a photo? Let your inner Pinterest goddess go wild and chalk your favorite verse, summer bucket list, or holiday cheer with by inserting a chalkboard into ANY of our Delta Girl frames. Chalk not your thing? Why not use the chalkboard as a backdrop? Showcase that amazing kid art, Christmas cards, or loose photos you collect along the way.
Photo credit: Rae Barnes Photography
If one frame physically isn’t enough for your space… not to worry, snag yourself a twin. That’s right – don’t be afraid to use multiples of the same frame used together to give one cohesive look, and yet still give yourself enough real estate for those sweet grandchildren, fur babies, or must-display photos.