Updated: Mar 28, 2022
How often do you NOT put photographs on your wall because you get frustrated or just don't want to DEAL with all the measuring or layouts!? LET ME HELP YOU WITH THAT!
I have about 20 photos in and out of frames laying upstairs on my old coffee table. Just ask my husband, he keeps asking me when I am going to put them on the wall! Before we redid out living rooms walls they were pretty much randomly placed all over. I actually liked it but wanted to change it up when we remodeled. I wanted to have more of a pattern but I had no idea where to start. This is where the Interchangeable Wall Art made my life SO MUCH EASIER.
Interchangeable Wall Art is so A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! It comes with everything ready to hang. You get directions, patterns on where to drill into the wall, the tacks to put in the drilled parts, wall bumpers so they stay flush to the wall and don't move AND even the painter's tape to hold the pattern on the wall (so you won't damage it). The only thing you need is a level and a drill. If you order 5x5's in the Interchangeable Wall Art you also get cardboard stand you can use to display your photos if you ever get sick of them on the wall and want to display them on a table or shelf.
Not only does everything come with it to put up it is SO easy to install. You just put the bumpers on the photos on the back and slide each photo into place according to the pattern, or even make your own pattern if you want!
Keep in mind this is not the only pattern or size available. The four small photos are 5x5" and the large photos are 11x11" they are a photographic print with a lustre coating mounted on a black-edged 2mm masonite. They also have a lustre coating that helps protect the surfaces of the prints.
I hope this helps you when you make you product order at your viewing and ordering appointment with me. To see the artwork of you and your will be so rewarding. My hope is that you don't keep these photos on your computer but on display of your home where you can remember that moment!
Thanks for reading,