Raise your hand if getting things framed or doing it yourself is totally intimidating to you... Yep, both of my hands are up! I hardly ever (read: never) get 4x6 prints, let alone anything bigger to display in our home. Which is why there was literally nothing on our walls at the last place we lived.
I didn't even have any photos of Beck printed, even though I'm sure there are 40,000 sitting on my computer. Lame.
Enough was enough. To start I decided on two large scale framed photos, one of dreamy Cape Kiwanda and one of tiny baby Beck. And just for fun, a smaller framed instagram shot of my fiddle fig. The process of uploading and customizing your frame is SUPER easy and straight-forward with Framebridge and they have a great selection of frames to choose from (from clean and simple to artsy and eclectic). So much thought goes into the framing of each piece and I was blown away by the quality of the prints and frames when they arrived.
I always rearrange wall decor in a room a million times before I settle on what looked best (indecisive much?) but here is where I landed with these! The Cape Kiwanda shot is perfect for the wall space in the dining room. I just need to hang it now and commit.
The yawny Beck photo is in our room. It looks kinda tiny on the wall but it's actually quite large. I love love love it.
And a classic gold frame for the fiddle fig instagram shot. I want to add this to a gallery wall someday when I have more framed art and photos but for now it's in the kitchen adding some fun to the coffee shelf.
I want to do an entire set of Instagram Mini frames next. Victoria from SF Girl By The Bay shared hers and I'm obsessed, you have to see her post!
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Whether you have a project in the works or not, go to the framebridge site and upload a photo to test out what you can do. It's super fun to walk through the process and see your photo go from something you posted on facebook to a piece of art you'd love to display.
This post was created in partnership with Framebridge. As always, opinions are entirely my own!