We have quite a few red accents in our kitchen, so I primed then sprayed the entire big frame with Rustoleum’s Colonial Red.
The red seemed a little bright, so I used antiquing glaze to highlight the details of the frame. Then I painted the interior field area with black craft paint.
|(prior to antiquing and black paint)|
They work great and make it easy to change the frame when I want to!
I love this apple print with the red frame! (It is actually a greeting card I just framed in a mat.)
Double bonus? It covers the ugly phone jack we never use:
The interior frame makes it so easy to decorate for the holidays. With a simple print and frame change, I get a new look that coordinates with the seasonal decor I use on the cart. And I can always switch back to the apple print when I want a more neutral image.
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Madison, Great guest blog!! I love what you created, beautiful!!
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Cassie K says
what a great and creative idea. now to find a spot where I can try that 🙂
Your location is a great idea. I love how you used different pictures at different times of the year.
Tonia @ thegunnysack.com says
How cool that you can change this by season or holiday or mood!! Thanks for the great idea!!
Creative idea. Thanks for sharing this.