On Monday on the blog, I shared the mini makeover that I helped my mom with in the guest bedroom at their house in OR. One of the main things she wanted was a larger and more appropriate sized art piece for one of the walls in the room, because the existing picture was way too small. My solution? Creating a fern gallery wall using nine free fern printables, because who doesn't love the words: free, gallery wall and ferns!
Now, the whole project wasn't technically free, but by having the fern printables it makes the project a lot more affordable than buying fern prints from a store. The fern printables (link to download at the bottom of page) can either be printed from your own printer at home, or you can print them to a local grocery store or drugstore. I chose to do the latter of the two and had them printed at Fred Meyers in the 8 x10 size but you could also print them as large as 11 x 14.
As for the frames, we bought them from Hobby Lobby when they were 50% off. They are off white and are a little distressed on the edges which make them go well with the aged looking prints.
Then I just used the existing chair that was already in the corner, added a blanket and pillow to it and called it good!
What do you think? Pretty easy, and makes a nice statement, right? My mom was pleased with it, so it was a success in my books! If you want to create your own click here to download the fern prints:
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