It seems like it’s one home project after another these days but I am so glad to FINALLY cross this one off the list! We have a few family photos scattered around the house but haven’t really hung anything on the walls for over a year- until now. I am beyond happy with how our Framebridge gallery wall turned out and am sharing all the deets of the framing process in today’s post!
Framebridge staggered grid gallery wall
I contemplated finding and styling my own frames but it was overwhelming. I didn’t want to do a perfectly symmetrical gallery wall and wanted a mix of different frame styles. I knew that Framebridge offered gallery walls and saw that they just added this staggered grid gallery wall. As soon as I saw it i knew it would be perfect for our home! We have a landing area at the top of our stairs that is the perfect place to display family photos.
The frames in this set are pretty massive (the largest is 18″ x 27″), so I only used professional photos because they need to be at a certain resolution to print at this size. I simply uploaded my photos and worked on the layout on the Framebridge site. They make it SO easy by printing the photos for you, placing them in the frames and including hanging hardware. After placing my order my gallery wall was delivered within a week!
Now I smile every time I walk up the stairs and see this gorgeous gallery wall! The frames are beautiful and are just the look I was going for- they are all different but pair so well together. This gallery wall is definitely an investment (Framebridge does occasionally have sales), but I think it’s well worth it given the size and quality of the frames not to mention the speedy delivery and easy installation.
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