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Gallery walls are an excellent way to fill up an empty space at the same time giving us the opportunity to show off a bit of who we are and what we love.
You can be as adventurous or unadventurous as you wish. You will need to think about whether you will follow a theme, what colour scheme you will use and how you would eventually like it to look. You could add photos, art images or even objects.
The most important thing is that your gallery wall reflects who you are and what you like.
If you are thinking of creating a gallery wall in your home have a browse through our website. Take a look at our wide range of handmade wooden picture frames, we are sure there will be something to suit your taste and make your gallery wall look fantastic!
For more inspiration and idea's check out our Pinterest page on Gallery Walls and Wall Groupings.
This little job was completed last week, a good customer of ours came in asking if it was possible for us to frame a signed guitar he had recently bought at auction.
Never wanting to shy away from a challenge, we of course said yes (then spent a few hours scratching our heads thinking about the best way to go about it!)
The customer also specified that it should be lit from underneath with LED's (Not something we had tried before) - This involved us drilling a hole in the side for the power cord along with hiding the transformer box thingy inside the slip mount.
We had to use the deepest moulding we could get from Arqadia, and even then it was only just deep enough allowing the backing board to sit flush with the back of the frame.
Our customer was very pleased with the results and so were we![caption id="attachment_477" align="aligncenter" width="300"] First step was to make the frame and mount (after testing the guitar fit)
Next we fixed the LED's to the inside of the mount
Let There Be Light!
Fitting the mounted guitar into the frame