The Nested Bat – Lean your partner over your deceased grandfather’s trunk of WWII possessions while trying to breathe as slowly as possible so as not to inhale too many airborne mold spores. For a deeper penetration, prop your partner’s leg atop the box of Easter decorations your mother thought she’d sex swing frame years ago. The very last project I had to complete in the master bedroom was to come up with something to fill a blank corner wall between two sets of windows.
The wall is one that you see when you walk into the room, so I wanted it to make a big visual impact. Because I felt that little space was so important in setting the tone of the room, I also wanted it to be something unique. Every single thing I’ve placed in the bedroom brings me so much joy, and this wall is no exception. There are great tutorials for hanging filled frames in a layered fashion, but the open frames presented a unique challenge because you have such a small area from which to hang since there is no back on the frame. How to Create a Layered, Open Frame Gallery Wall1. Gather a good number of frames in various sizes and designs. You will want one very large frame, some medium ones and some small ones.
The amount you need will vary depending upon the size of your wall, but I used a total of 10 frames. I found all of mine while making two different trips to Goodwill. Look for frames with a lot of detailing. Next, measure the length and width of the space on the wall you would like to fill. Since my wall was on the small side, I took the measurements of the entire wall.