Creating a Modern Gallery Wall with Art to Frames

Artwork and wall decor is one of the simplest ways to transform a space and instantly add character to it. You find your perfect pieces and you’re ready to hang them up but you’re missing an important step! You still need to get the framing right to make it shine! Let’s face it, custom framing always looks better but it comes with a hefty price tag most of us aren’t willing to spend.
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Artwork and wall decor is one of the simplest ways to transform a space and instantly add character to it. You find your perfect pieces and you’re ready to hang them up but you’re missing an important step! You still need to get the framing right to make it shine! Let’s face it, custom framing always looks better but it comes with a hefty price tag most of us aren’t willing to spend.

Here’s the best part – I recently discovered the easiest and most cost effective online framing service called Art to Frames and it has made my life so much easier! I no longer run to local stores and get custom framing quotes which are obscene or walk down aisles to find the perfect sized frame that would make my artwork look like a million bucks. Instead, I just log onto Art to Frames, upload my artwork (which is optional), write out my measurements, and visually try out all of the gorgeous frames they have to offer! I know I’m kind of fan girling hard here but seriously, I used them for not one but two projects in my house. First was the eclectic art gallery in my entryway nook and now I’m creating a modern gallery wall in my son’s bedroom!

Here’s another set of frames I ordered from Art to Frames

I love that the website was super easy to use and the interface made the process smooth and simple to understand. Even better, their frame selection is amazing – from gold bamboo frames to reclaimed barnwood frames, they have a large variety of styles to cater to all needs. You can even choose different types of matting options and even some custom intricate designs! Another customization you can do is with the kind of glass you choose to add to your frame – I like to frame my artwork with non-glare glass which has the least amount of reflection.

Love this gold beaded frame from their custom frame selection

For my son’s new room I wanted to curate a very simple, modern art wall with a few minimalist prints that I had purchased online. To make it look cohesive and more current in design, I went with Acrylic Floating frames with gold hardware. I am in love, you guys!! Look how amazing it turned out! I even got my prints printed by Art to Frames for a one stop experience. If I were you I’d be hopping on there right now and getting some cute prints framed for that blank wall in your home. To make it even sweeter, I have a coupon code you can use to get 15% off your purchase! What the what! Yep, the code PFA15 will get you a sweet deal at Art to Frames to head on over and let me know what you think!

Here’s the final result of the modern gallery wall!

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