Oct 16 2018

HOW TO: Create a White Frame Gallery Wall

We’re firm believers that more is more. Fashion, decor, coffee- with all the things. But what if there are moments in your life more ISN’T actually more? What if the absence of color- white – is actually more?!? (Too Aristotle on you first thing in the morning? Sorry ’bout that. Just get yourself another cup of ☕️. )

One of our favorite books of the past year was Emily Ley’s A Simplified Life: Tactical Tools for Intentional Living. The overall theme is paring down so your life gets a bit simpler and, therefore, easier for you to manage all the things. Amen, amiright?! Seriously- cannot recommend this book more. Emily’s point about having too many cooking utensils was a LIFE CHANGER in our kitchen. You’ll have to read it to know what we’re talking about. ?

Examples of Delta Girl White Frame Galleries

In the right space, this theory can be translated to your wall decor, too. Don’t get us wrong- we’re still gaga for our washes, patterns, and different color ways. Sometimes, though, your eye needs a break. Or your focus needs to be on the pictures themselves. This is when we recommend classic white frames to simplify your decor. Here are a few examples of how the effortless white frames can elevate your space:

white frame gallery

Water art by @brynnwcasey.art; ? by @jlsimonds

As shown above, you’re still able to customize in different ways. Wash or solid? The same trim or varying ones? White trim or a pop of color? Also, don’t forget about metallic trims. And a collection of white frames in different sizes, orientations- way to make a simple statement.

White frames add the exact right backdrop for your special moments. They don’t take away from your wall. White frames actually add a bit of calmness to the room, while still showing your style. Isn’t that sometimes what you need? Space to reflect on all the happiness you’ve experienced. A place to soak in all the love in your life. And somewhere to make your own. In other words, a white frame is not boring. It’s actually quite the opposite- truly interesting, exciting, and fresh all at the same time. In a word, simplified.

 

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