#2. Get creative – There’s no guidelines as to what to include in your gallery wall, and personally I like a good mixture of things. I’ve framed wallpaper, pretty wrapping paper, cards, and included little mirrors in mine, all that cost a couple of pounds.
#3. Look for frames everywhere – I always know I’m constantly adding to my walls, so if I see cheap frames, I buy them! The charity shops are great for this, but other stores that you can get good frames for just a couple quid are IKEA, JYSK, Asda & Wilkos.
#4. Look out for discount codes – There’s a some new print stores popping up recently, ones such as Desenio, that are collaborating with bloggers and offering discount codes – a quick google can produce a good 25% off code! (not in any way being sponsored to say this!)
#5. Upcycle frames – I’m personally always happy with mismatched frames, but if you do manage to find a good selection of frames in the charity shops or at a car boot, buy a tin of spray paint and for just a couple of pounds you can have some great matching frames that look a lot more expensive than they actually are.
Do you have any ideas for creating an inexpensive gallery wall?