Picture frames have seen some what of a revival over the past few years. Gone are the days when they were thought of as old-fashioned and something you would find on your Granny’s sideboard showcasing your worst haircut from your childhood. My Granny still has a photo of me aged two looking like Betty Boop with dark curls and a ribbon tied upon the top of my head – cringe.
Nowadays picture frames aren’t just used to show off a family photo they are used to frame inspirational quotes, samples of wallpaper to match your room and to highlight your little ones latest artwork.
Creating photo galleries using an array of frames is one great way of brightening up your home, showcasing some family photos whilst incorporating a family motto or maybe even postcards from your travels. There are endless possibilities when it comes to using picture frames.
I’ve been looking at ways to make use of them in an organisational way, from keeping my wrapping paper in one place, a funky memo board and a great way to keep all the children’s school flyers in one place.
Head over to Pinterest and you’ll find a wealth of ideas on how you can frame your life…
Follow Sarah Anguish’s board Picture frame ideas on Pinterest.
To help you frame your life Boo Roo and Tigger Too have teamed up with Best4Frames to offer one lucky reader up to £50 worth of free frames. To enter simply tell me how you use your picture frames, then complete the Gleam widget below:
Disclosure: This post is in collaboration with Best4Frames