When I recently moved to a new home I knew that I wanted to add some art to some of the large bare white walls.s As soon as I learned about Picture Play I felt like I had found the perfect source for framing my art.
These gorgeous vintage prints which I bought years ago at a market in London are what I decided to frame in my new Gallery Wall by Picture Play. SinceI had these it was easiest to have them send me the frames and me add the portrats to the frames vs. mail them the prints to add to teh frames. See how easy this was below as I share teh step by step framing process.
The frames have small little clips which you fold forward to take the glass and mounting board out. I used a knife (rather than my nails) to flip the clips back and forward as I firmed them up to close them.
The frames come with super easy-to-follow instructions.
This is the wall that I added the Picture Play Frames to. The BEFORE were two Gray Malin prints (which I adore), wait until you see the after with the Picture Play Gallery wall!
About 1.5 hours later the wall was done. The slowest part was for sure unclipping the frames, pulling the glass and matting out, and also cleaning the class interior and exterior (the last thing you want is dust on the inside of the frame). I think it looks amazing, don’t you?
I suggest you check out Picture Play and build a Gallery Wall like mine for yourself. As a JSF reader, you can enjoy a 10% discount with the code jsfashionista10. Learn more online at Picture Plays here.