Maps are not just practical pieces of paper. Filled with vibrant color and visual texture, they also make for a compelling focal point. Choose maps of significant places in your life, like your hometown, or where you met that special someone, and you can treat them as truly personal artwork.
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- 8 Things You Never Thought to Frame—But Should
8 Things You Never Thought to Frame—But Should
Magazine Covers & Advertisements
Magazine pages are often chocked full of vibrant art that can lend your walls style. Whether browsing a vintage issue or something new from your mailbox, look for colors and subjects you enjoy—and don't discount unique full-page ads or timeless covers! Get a frame to compliment it, and you have instant art.
Fine tapestries decorated castle walls of old, but they will make great decor in your own modern manor. Purchase a tapestry or simply a remnant of fabric that you love. Pick out a frame large enough to display the swatch and command the room.
Frame found natural objects like shells, wood, and pebbles for a simple piece of art. Simply mount them to a painted board with glue or epoxy, then slip into a frame or deeper shadowbox. If you choose materials from a vacation, you'll be able to reminisce every time you walk by.
Yes, frame your bar! Give your liquor collection royal treatment by placing a large gilded frame around the open shelving that holds the cocktail mixers. You can even paint the wall behind a bold color, for an extra impact. Then, sit back and enjoy a double on the house.