Vintage frames are simple to find, elegant as décor, and cheap to boot!
The idea for this post came from the vintage bronze headboard that I completed last week.
On more than one occasion, old wooden frames seem to fall right into my lap. Once, while rummaging through the warehouse at Children’s Museum Los Angeles, I found a dolly full of them. This cache of frames has become my favorite DIY project like when I’m in between designs.
While surfing the net (I get a kick out of calling it that), I found some fabulous handmade artists who sell their own DIY frames on Etsy.
I like these plaster frames by Olivesomeday because the pastel paint gives them a modern update.
In my opinion, when scouting out vintage frames the more ornate the better.
Here’s how we dressed up Jon’s bedroom with a frame from Wertz Brothers Antiques, all it needed was coat of silver paint. You may remember her from the headboard redo.
This brass frame from Neawear is darling! What surprised and delighted me was the way she describes it as wall jewelry. These come with a chain attached and can be hung around your neck or on the wall. Soo Remarkable!
Additionally, I was stunned by Nea’s Verdi green patina necklace that reminded me of all the patinas I’d love to apply to frames. I haven’t tried the blue one by Modern Masters yet…
Finally~I wasn’t sure what to make of this, but check out these frames stitched into a textile design.
Do you love-love it..or not-so-much it? Let me know your thoughts on this one!