Getting Creative: 5 Unique Framing Ideas For Your Own Home

If you really want to change it up in your own bedroom or any other part of your house, it is important that you are able to get your creative juices flowing. Finding the best frames is one way of doing this. However, what if you fail to find the best frame that can house your pictures or anything else that you would want to frame in the future? If this happens, you should definitely learn to make the frame yourself.

Fortunately, this article will help you by giving you some ideas as to what you can do to build your own frames and jazz them up to be used in the future.

First, you can use an oxidized frame. You can achieve this by using paint (preferably dark or charcoal). It is important to keep one part of the frame black and the other part should be done in a gradiently brighter color with a style akin to that of Ombre.


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You can also use an expanded frame. You can do this by utilizing an additional frame mat by way of using the dremel tool. Just look at this picture below. Isn’t it artistic?


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If you are aiming for an ethereal look to your frames, why don’t you try using reclaimed wood. This reminds me of the fantasy movies of yesteryear with the houses in the middle of the forest. This is why it also would fit a rustic house plan in the future.


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If you want to create a three dimensional illusion for your frames, I suggest that you try this half floating photo frame. You can achieve this look by using plywood and acrylic sheets that you should cut precisely to fit the whole photo width with just a little allowance.


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If you want a simple but elegant way to frame your photos, why don’t you try using a paper tape. You can use this paper or packaging tape along with some acrylic sheets and cardboards. By using this, you will be able to save money but still achieve that elegant, well framed look that you had always dreamed of.

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These are just some of the very simple ways for you to jazz up your frames sooner rather than later. Who says that you have to spend a large amount of money just to buy the best frame around? Again, you just have to be creative and be able to innovate to get the perfect look that you want for your pictures.

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