Unfortunately, the dress wasn't popping against the pale pink wall, so we created a background using a thin horizontal striped pink & white fabric. We also put the dress on a pretty hanger, and to cover the nail the dress was hanging on, we used a drawer knob she already had. I love the way it turned out:
This project got me to thinking about other creative uses for empty frames. . .
This is one of my favorites. If you can't afford to have your art professionally framed, this is a wonderful solution. These frames (usually in the form of mirrors) are all over Craigslist:
Haven't had my TV mounted on the wall yet, but when I do, I will definitely remember this idea from Stefanie at Brooklyn Limestone.
Love this collection of framed vintage bathing suits.
Image via Completely Coastal blog
Have a collection? Think 3-dimensional:
Framed sconces (or even pretty dishes):
And, if all else fails, the simplicity of a framed frame looks really pretty.
image via Country Living