10.24.2012

Ditch The Imagery

After this post, I started researching layered frames further. I came across a decor idea that's not necessarily new, but one that I am absolutely swooning over. 

Layered frames, with no images or paintings in the middle. It creates such a cool effect with the focus on the shape/details on and surrounding the frames.


On this same token, I love the look of the below stacked wall frames. It's modern & fun, and would be perfect for any room in the house. 


Do you have other ideas for frames - sans imagery - that you suggest for decor?

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28 comments:

  1. Wow that's cool- my mum used to have our stars lined with photo frames all different sizes and shapes like a game if Tetris
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  2. Oh I love the empty frame look!

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  3. Very pretty and classy, love the look :)
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  4. I remember seeing that last photo on pintetest and thinking it was awesome but I'm not sure how to tackle it. Let us know if you decide to try it out!

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  5. That is a fab idea!!! Love the way it looks!!

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  6. I love that look of layered frames! so chic looking!

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  7. I just did the same thing (frames with no pictures) on my wall and LOVE it!!

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  8. Oh wow... this is brilliant! Another idea I saw was using a beautiful frame in a bathroom as a part of storage and another one, when the frame still had a back panel with small hooks (or nails) to store jewellery and other pretty titbits. x

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  9. P.S. Here is the link to the photo (bathroom storage) in case you are curious

    http://apartment132.blogspot.co.uk/2010/10/framed-three-fab-diy-decorative-ideas.html

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  10. I like it! That second image is really, really cool! XO brynn

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  11. I love what you did with the picture frames--it looks wonderful!
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  12. Those frames look pretty interesting ;)

    Love the pics ;)

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  13. Love the layered frames ! So interesting !
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  14. Chanced upon your blog and enjoy reading it!

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  15. I really like the first pic, the empty frames are quite charming. one thing I'm loving now is different sized frames leaning against the wall (rather than being hung) on a small shelf. saw it on pinterest and love the way it looked.

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  16. the layered frames are very cool - i think i'd like to add some mirrors to the mix as well.
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  17. i've never thought of layering frames like that. creative. i like it :)

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  18. Love the first photo! Nice idea of using empty frames!

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  19. Love the frames on the mantle! Now if only I had a fireplace... ;)

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  20. I love this idea! It's easy to find a gorgeous frame with a hideous painting or print inside at flea markets so this should be an easy "DIY" if you will :)

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  21. I like them stacked on the walls, that looks really cool and would be so inexpensive to replicate!

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  22. I think these are such a clever idea to add "art" into a room and jazz up a dull room. =)
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  23. I totally love the layered frames look, such a cool way to modernize and style your home!

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  24. this look is amazing - especially against a dark wall!

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  25. Great idea! I like the last one with the multi coloured ones!

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