Having art on the walls is one of those little things that makes a house into a home. But how do you fill up your walls without spending lots of money? Buying lots of frames can add up, and big, statement-y pieces tend to be pricey. But never fear! In these videos from our archives, interior designer Rebecca Robertson shares some tips for sprucing up your walls — and getting a lot of bang for your buck.
In this video, Rebecca shows how to create a display for children's art or inspiration images. The images can be easily swapped when you have a new masterpiece, or whenever the fancy strikes you.
In lieu of frames, Rebecca used a simple office supply item to create this display of family photos.
And finally, a couple of genius ideas for creating high-impact large-scale pieces of art without spending a lot of money.
Thanks for watching, everyone! Happy decorating!
• The Star: Rebecca Robertson is an independent Interior Designer and Stylist based in Manhattan. For the last 12 years she has been an editor at Martha Stewart Living (most recently the Decorating and Home Editor) and has contributed to many parts of editorial content, including the Collecting Department and Blueprint Magazine. She believes in smart and beautiful solutions for the home that center around DIY and how-to projects. She has degrees in Fine Art from the Museum School and Interior Design from the Parsons School of Design.
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