Hej there friends
We refurnished my youngest sons room a while ago & took the opportunity to redo the walls … with all his collections of pictures – without frames. (see photo at bottom of this page). It made me start looking for frameless images. I found different solutions & many with individual expressions. A good option if you’re renting & aren’t allowed attach things to the walls. I can’t say that I am in favor of it. Might be that i am too old-fashioned or perhaps too proper. But on the other hand, it all depends on the situation & place. One should never say never, that’s for sure. Take a look & see what you think.
And, oh yes, you can find now also find me on Tumblr & Pinterest.
However, it’s just images – which is not is so just really – It’s everything, right?
Nice above the work desk / An-magritt
Good place to use, in an otherwise boring corner / Pinterest
Behind the desk works as wel / Decor 8
Pasting on a white brick wall, can make it look romantic / Gardener & marks
Along the length of your desktop, ia another alternative / Home & interiors
It’s nice when done diagonally / My ideal home
Why not around a corner / Googles.com
Keep it on the child’s height / Stinabalerina
Be creative & ake a big wall with frameless images / Homeinspiration
Use styling tecnique to make it more up to date / Vogsesparis
Spread out on two walls but keep it simple / tarapyle via pinterest
Use color & make it stand out, if you prefer that / Desiretoinspire
Let images & book shelf meet in the corner/ Interiorsporn
Make it a bit fine in your corner of the bedroom / Photobucket
My youngest sons wall / Axel
Take care / Marie
PS, make sure to credit the original source if you intend to reblog – it’s thanks to those individuals that we get to enjoy beautiful pictures. If you are the owner & want to have your photo removed, please let me know.