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My partner and I have been working on a cool new project. The living room of our apartment has had one gigantic blank wall that was crying out to be filled. But with what though?
We cycled through several options, including:
Stumped, the wall stayed blank for months. Until we hit upon the perfect idea. We wanted to make the room personal. We wanted photos on the wall, but didn’t want to face the pain of creating a gallery wall. We wanted to make a statement. The solution? An oversized photo frame that would fit all our pictures without the need to create a gallery wall!
Enter the french door.
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Réutilisez une vieille porte fenêtre en bois pour créer un cadre photo géant. ♻ – – Reuse an old wooden french door to create a giant picture frame. ♻ #portefenetre #frenchdoors #picture #photo #pictureframe #homedecor #wood #l4l #family #style #awesome #diy #reuse #upcycle #upcycled #recycle #recycled #recycling #recyclideas
Inspired by ideas such as these, we started hunting for suitable french doors or windows. After much faffing around, our finished french door cum picture frame is hanging proudly on the wall, filled with pictures of our loved ones.
Here are some tips if you’re going to do this too:
If we weren’t so darn proud of our new french door picture frame, we would sell it on Etsy. But here’s the next best option: if you live in the Sydney area and can’t wait to get started on your new french door picture frame, we still have the door’s twin…
This post was inspired by the Weekly Photo Challenge: Frame.
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