TODAY I’M SHARING WITH YOU 4 WAYS TO DISPLAY ARTWORK WITHOUT GETTING OUT THE HAMMER AND NAILS. NO HOLES IN THE WALL AND IT CAN BE SWAPPED OUT AT ANY TIME WITHOUT REGRET!
Just what I didn’t need, something new to find a place for. I can hear myself trying to talk my way into buying this deer poster I found in the clearance section of Hobby Lobby. Just going into HL is a big mistake, right? I told myself I’d take it home but return it if I couldn’t find a place for it. Well guess what? I couldn’t find a place for it but I really loved it so I was determined to make a spot for it. And it fit in with the cabin vibe, right?
The original price on the print was $25 and I picked it up for $6 so that’s how I’m justifying the purchase. My thought was if it didn’t work in the cabin maybe my son would like it in his new home.
I already had the large frame but it had cheap look like glass in it, which was really thick plastic so I took it to our local hardware to have glass added to the frame. Cost for that was $15 making our new artwork $21 total.
Recently I’ve had a thing for boho Scandinavian style and a common way to display artwork is to stand it on the floor. Well what the heck if they can do it and make it look so good so can I. That’s exactly what I did and love the look.
No nail holes, no tools required and I can move it or swap it out anytime I want. To me it seems like the perfect way for apartment living or rental properties. What do you think? Is it for you or not?
You can click the image links below and see the 3 other ways I’ve added artwork to the cabin without using nails.