You might recognize the picture below as the family room from my previous house.
I really loved the mirrors and botanical prints that hung on our sofa wall. We don't have a "sofa wall" in our new home, but I did find the perfect place to reuse these items in my new home...with a few small changes.
The large blank wall in the hallway to our bedroom was the perfect spot to reuse the mirrors and framed botanical prints.
I decided to use six botanicals instead of the ten I had on my sofa wall. I also decided to switch out the frames for some larger ones. I already had 3 of the frames from Hobby Lobby. I went and picked up 3 more when they were 50% off. Each frame cost me less than $10. I also matted the prints with mattes I picked up for $2 each.
As I've mentioned before, I have incorporated some coral into my new family room. Since this hallway is adjacent to the family room, I added a few brighter hued botanical prints into the gallery.
The prints themselves are actually book pages from this book which I purchased for about $15.
Jenny introduced me to this book and it has been such a great resource for me. I have used it for inexpensive art, not just in my own home, but in many client projects as well. The botanicals are quite beautiful up close.
I am really happy with how the wall turned out, and my hubby is really happy that I filled an entire wall in our home using things we mostly already had!