I believe the dining room is the best place to incorporate a more refined tone. But just because it’s a bit more proper than the other areas of the home doesn’t mean it has to be stuffy. That’s why I love Bohemian and Scandinavian dining rooms. They’re relaxed yet chic, and foster an inviting atmosphere where guests want to linger.
Over the past few hours I’ve received lots of questions regarding my dining room framed prints and what I used to achieve this look. My intention is to keep the dining area light and airy with minimal decor. I want the room to be filled with muted tones, plenty of layers, and neutral textures like handwoven baskets & dried grass or botanical accents.
When designing a space the first thing I need to do is conceptualize how many frames I need and what sizes and shapes I need them in. I did not want a fancy gallery wall in my dining room, so I opted for a few simple vertical frames. After measuring my wall, I decided to order three of THESE 16″ x 20″ frames.
DESIGN TIP: The way I designed my examples is by taking a screen shot of the print, cropping it, then throwing it into a blank project in the FREE Canva App and placing them side by side.)
One of my favorite places to look for prints other than my digital albums, is Etsy. You can browse my favorites and follow me here. For the exact links to my pictures you can shop the highland cow, grasslands, botanical print.
For more inspiration, check out some of my all-time favorite Print Shops on Etsy:
NEW WAY TO HANG MY FRAMES
Hanging these picture frames was a breeze. I found this cute little life hack on the ThrivingHomeBlog. All you need is some painters tape, a level, and a sharpie! Check out the full step by step now.