Whether it be an eclectic array of family portraits or a refined collection of photography, everyone wants a well-designed picture wall. Debra McDuffee
wrote a great post on eclectic picture placement
. However, what about a wall? How can you create that eclectic movement on the wall without trial and error?
An easy way to create such a picture wall without the wall damage of trial and error is to use paper cutouts of the frames. Use old grocery bags, lay the frames on the paper, trace and cut out. Then you can tape them to the wall and design their organization. All this without guessing or wall damage.
This works great for anything you want to hang: masks, decorative plates, etc. So go, make that fabulous picture wall without worry.