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Anthropologie Inspired DIY Picture Hanger

March 7, 2016
Anthropologie Inspired Picture Hanger | View From The Fridge

You see, we have this giant blank wall in our living room that I just can’t seem to figure out what to do with.  Part of me doesn’t want to change it because it happens to work great as a background for pictures, and also as a great place to practice handstands (doesn’t everyone need a place to do this?!?).  It’s also a plaster wall that we skim coated a couple years ago so it’s smooth, relatively recently painted, and has zero nail holes to date.

However, we are trying to add in more pictures to our home.  More pictures of our family doing fun things, more pictures of our friends, more pictures of everyone we love and everything we love.  This wall just might be the perfect place to display some of those memories.  I found these great wooden picture hangers at Anthropologie the other day, and figured they’d be an easy DIY project.  I was right … these were simple, super cheap, and are a perfect way to display photographs or art on your walls.

Here’s the finished product:

Anthropologie Inspired Picture Hanger | View From The Fridge

Simple, clean, and easy to switch out the art or picture inside, right?

I’m sharing the simple tutorial over on Real Housemoms HERE.  It doesn’t require any fancy tools, and you can probably finish it up in an afternoon!  Make a couple hangers of different sizes and create a gallery wall!

Thanks for stopping by today!  If you’re looking for more fun ways to display pictures or art, check out these posts:

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  • Reply Kate March 7, 2016 at 7:33 pm

    This is super cute! Great alternative to just a regular picture frame!
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  • Reply Claire March 8, 2016 at 8:56 am

    Will check this tutorial out at Real Housemom. I think your anthro hack is awesome and can’t wait to make my own. Thanks
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