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Great step-by-step guide to making a gallery wall!

The upward angle of the frames should match the angle of the stair in a staircase display, again keep larger frames as the focal point and use smaller ones as an accent - note how the corners of the smaller frames are placed in relation to the dotted line...

What a great way to space pictures going up a stairway! Thanks "What Emily"

Multiple Monograms #gallerywall #blankwallideas


Why not have a wall for each person in the home with their memories in frames and also personalize it with initials?

Ledge display for wall going downstairs - I will print, frame and display pictures this year!

Clip frame to display kids' art: No more pushpin holes in my walls!

I like the clipboards in this picture. I guess the how-to is okay too :). --- How to Create Your Own Colorful Jumbo Floor Pillows | Brit + Co.

Great idea for decorating a game room or kids room. Love this idea

Installing a pocket door-would like to do this for the basement door

Comfy hangout...fireplace behind bar

Another cute idea for basement stairwell

Huge Magnetic Scrabble Board. Hang in the basement and have an ongoing game going:) Via: The Twice Remembered Cottage: Make Your Own Magnet Board

Inside door to the basement idea

Single dark wall, white frames.

Butterfly Gardening

30 Surprising Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide

Burlap Wreath - Hydrangea Etsy Wreath -Wreaths - Summer wreaths for door - Spring Wreath Door Wreath - Monogram wreath

Tub & Shower Magic (Dawn & White Vinegar.) Oh my gosh I made this stuff and it's fantastic! You should see my sinks, showers and faucets They look brand new! Must try.

Don't throw away your old cookie sheets. Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean them with NO scrubbing! How cool is that?

Great ideas! Hiding & Organize Home

Family Tree Typography 11x14 digital print by lesleygracedesigns

Build a #Mosquito Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET. - ruggedthug

Use a garden wall planter to keep things off the counter