Art Gallery Living and Dining Room

Design experts take an apartment from drab to fab.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionMagnetic art frames attach to galvanized steel to make changing out artwork a snap.
Charles gives a pair of old speakers a modern makeover by painting them dark gray and replacing the grill covers and speaker cloth.

He also creates a gallery wall for Heather and Christianne's art with panels of galvanized steel he textures using a brush attachment on a power drill. Black self-adhesive paper is used on acrylic to create the front of the art frame, which is secured to the galvanized steel with magnetic strips to make switching out the art a snap. Last, he attaches 1-by-2 strips of fir to the back, which will life the art from the wall, and attaches a wire for easy hanging.

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