The placement of your gallery wall is an important factor. Decide how big you want it to be and where you want it to sit. Then you can plan your approach. Landings are often an overlooked placement for gallery walls， or perhaps you have a large living room that would suit a striking feature wall？
Whether you fancy displaying unique platters you’ve picked up from an independent store， or eye-catching 3D wall art， you need to collate your collection and decide on your theme. You can also opt for the traditional approach of frames and printspillow shams floral， or even family photos. If you struggle to find the perfect print， try wallpaper instead – a quick and simple way to update a frame. The choice is yours.cheap throw pillow covers
Frames are an essential part of any gallery wall， opt for simple frames all in the same style or switch it up with different styles and colours for a creative mismatched look.
Before you go nail happy with the hammer， you need to visualize the space first. Trace around all of your frames with paper and stick it to the wall. This will avoid making more mess than necessary and will allow you to play with shapes and placement.
Now comes the fun part， it’s time to hang your prints and see your picture-perfect gallery wall! Start by hanging the largest piece first， or if you don’t have a statement frame – group together two frames， this will give the illusion of a bigger statement piece.
Gallery walls take up a lot of space in the home， so the balance needs to be right to stop your room being overwhelmed. Hang your statement piece at eye level (around 150cm from the floor) and place supporting photos around it. Hanging your frames in a sharp line with at least 3cm apart will stop them looking cluttered.
Layering is key to creating a comfy bed that spans the seasons. We create beautiful, versatile bedding designed to mix, match, and customize your warmth. To show you how to layer your bed in three easy steps, we used our popular all-cotton Dream Quilt mixed with Supima? cotton sheets.
Hey momoluvers, it's Momo and today I wanted to make a coffee bag wallet! I made this a while ago using this tutorial and thought it was such a cool concept, so I wanted to make an updated version (since the original instructable was made almost 8 years ago). Even though the concept is the same, I completely changed the appearance of this wallet. I think this looks much nicer, even though it is a little more work than it's predecessor. This is another completely made from scratch instructable; I created the template and the tutorial from nothing so I hope you enjoy!
Your baby is most vulnerable to diseases and illnesses during the first year of his life. If bottles are not sterilized then you risk having bacteria build up and potentially causing your baby to become ill.