A few years ago we put up some awesome floating shelves from Pottery Barn that I had some really great intentions of creating a mini-gallery wall on (back when I didn't have a kid and spent too much time on Pinterest).
Cool prints! Different sizes! Black frames! Yeah! So eclectic. So cool.
Let me back up. First, we bought the shelves, then we let them sit in the extra bedroom for, like, eight months. Then we tried to put them up, but because we aren't really the DIY-type, we used Command Strips. Lots and lots of Command Strips to hang expensive, heavy shelves. Well, guess what?
It worked. I ordered four or five prints and put them up (fine, one I didn't have a frame for until last month, but whatever). It looked okay. Maybe a little sparse, but whatever.
And then the bastards fell. Why? Oh yeah. Because we used fucking Command Strips on three-foot solid wood shelves.
My husband then decided to put them up the "right" way and succeeded. So, they've been up for awhile, nice and sturdy... and underwhelming.
So, I need more prints. Here are some that I've been eye-balling (mostly from Society 6, since they're awesome):
|[source; tip: sometimes I find cool greeting cards, like this, and frame them]|
|[source; maybe cut in half for a tiny print]|
|[a nod to our SF Giants; source]|
|[source; Wes Anderson's characters]|