My goal this month was to try and get the house “homey” before the holidays. Our blank walls + unfinished rooms were starting to take their toll on my sanity and I just didn’t feel like the house was “homey” yet… And you know… when you think about the holidays you think about warm cozy homey homes!
I knew the best way to add lots of love and homeyness to a home was to add photos of some of our best memories to the walls. We’ve made so many wonderful memories throughout the years, that I’ve been blessed to capture with my camera, and I wanted to showcase those photos around our home. After browsing around on Instagram I ran across an amazing photo printing/framing company, Framebridge. I’m am over the moon in love with Framebridge and so very please with their services! Here’s some of our Framebridge frames around the house and why I adore this company!
ASHER’S ROOM –
LIVING ROOM SHELVING-
First off I love that Framebridge offers quality printing and framing services all in one spot. I’m so indecisive about figuring out what photo size to get, and if I can find a frame for it somewhere to fit it, and Framebridge definitely makes it easy! You simply upload or mail in your photo or art work, select your frame and size and they mail it right to your door step! SO EASY! I honestly will never buy another picture frame from the store after using them. Their services are so wonderful + handy that I will order from them from here on out!
Aside from offering exceptional quality photos + frames they also offer those frames in a number of sizes and styles. It was so tough to choose between all of them, but I stuck to their classic white Irvine frames for our home. I considered doing a gallery wall, but I love “big” art so much that I decided to go with very large frames, full of some of our favorite memories, for a few rooms in our house. And if your an Instagram buff like me, you will love their Instagram printing + framing service that they offer! I printed some of my favorite instas of Asher to gift for the holidays this year. ps – I’ll share those next week!