Friday, September 7, 2012

Picture Frames

Empty wooden picture frames recycled into a work of art are a classic. I like the clean look of white, which is what I chose to use in my small collection of frames. I placed them on the mantel and really like the simplicity the frames adds to it.

- Before -
 - After -
 - With and without greens -
Which do you prefer...with greens...without greens?
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7 comments:

One More Time said...

Very Nice and yes it is a work of Art. Your mantle is beautiful. If you would like to share it I would love it if came by and did at Share It One More Time...
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elaine said...

Your mantle is lovely.I like it with the greens.

Leslie's Garden said...

You had some lovely frames, and they look so pretty with their new paint! I like your mantle, and I like it with the greens.

Anonymous said...

i like it without ginney

Carol said...

beautiful! like the greens

Vera @ Cozy Little Cabin said...

I especially like the greens for Christmas. . . . but I like both ways now. . . but for sure at Christmas!

Brielle Franklin said...

I did something very similar on my mantle, only I used metal picture frames. I placed them in all different directions, and with the lights bouncing off of them, it brightens up the tiny room. Thanks for sharing your post. I really like it with the greens as well.

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