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We love this really modern and minimalist frames, they're incredibly easy to use and they look sleek too. If you're not a fan of traditional frames or you're on a tight budget this option is probably perfect for you. The blog Poppy Talk even has a DIY if you fancy having a go at making one yourself.
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Does a gallery wall fill you with dread? You could try downsizing and make a mini one instead! The main rules to remember are 1. Keep your artwork cohesive and complimentary. 2. Think about blending different sizes of art. 3. Plan out where you'd like to hang everything on the floor first.
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Want to go crazy and have fun with your art collection? This style is for you. If you love eclectic art and showing off all the pieces you've collected over the years this is a great way to display your art. The rules are similar to the mini gallery wall but if you're covering a whole wall you will have more freedom to mix it up a bit.
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A slim picture shelf is a fantastic way to display art and smaller accessories. It's flexible, inexpensive and works in every room of the house. You can buy picture frames from Ikea which is a really cheap way to try them out. Remember that you can always change up what's on the shelves to suit your mood too!
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This is the perfect option if you have a collection of postcards, greetings cards or smaller prints that you want to display. Just like a picture shelf, this method is a very flexible option which you can change whenever you like. We love using peg boards, cork boards or even washi tape to display art around our desks.
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This is one for all you renters out there (or if you like to keep things relaxed). I personally lean art and prints all the time, I think it looks really cool and you can easily switch it up. I think this method works best on sideboards and side tables. If you're using the area a lot you will need to be careful not to knock into your artwork.
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Remember that art isn't just for the living room and bedroom, you can show off your collection anywhere! I'm personally partial to displaying art in the bathroom, especially anything that doesn't really "go" with the rest of the house. I know that may not be everyone's cup of tea but it's fun to think outside the box!
We really hope you found this blog post useful, we would love to hear how you display your artwork. Remember that the Lucy Loves This shop is full with amazing prints just in case you need to top up your collection!