When I first started in this business, I worked in our NYC store. Many of my clients faced the challenge of having limited space. Because of this, I learned early on to pay attention to the walls as a way to maximize their space. I am always on the hunt for cool and different ideas to decorate walls that will make a statement and make good use of some very valuable space.
One of my favorite easy and inexpensive looks is using empty frames in a collage arrangement. This collection of shabby chic vintage frames in varying shapes would add interest to any wall. The more the merrier!
For the hipper parent, this look rocks in a music lover’s playroom or kid’s bedroom. Framed vintage album covers are a great way to expose our kids to “good music” while putting those old albums to good use.
Everyone loves using letters to spell a child’s name or to put up a favorite saying, but I think this idea of a wacky alphabet using different textures, sizes and objects is brilliant. We’ve even seen a couple uses of this technique in the Project Nursery gallery.
When I hear of a creative way to put up cute pics of your little one (beyond your basic frame), I’m always intrigued. These silhouettes by Jennifer Delonge are simple, adorable, modern and fresh; this is a fun way to show off your little one’s perfect profile.