Even after new paint, furniture, rugs, lights, and plants our house still felt incomplete. We realized the blank walls staring back at us while we relaxed on the couch needed a serious update. Since the wall is pretty large and we stare at it every time we are in the living room, we wanted to keep the pictures large and simple to minimize any overwhelming feelings. We chose four landscape pictures from our trip to Italy last summer including from left to right, top to bottom Venice, Rome, Florence, and Cinque Terre.
1. Take all your measurements: height and width of the wall, height and width of the picture frames, and the location of the wire hanger on the back of the picture frame. Determine the placement of the frames on the wall. Draw out a plan with all measurements listed.