Two Frames Are Better Than One
Placing two frames in between bed posts on a bare wall is a minimalistic approach. Photo courtesy of Revco International.
Horizontal and Vertical
Hanging two sets of double frames horizontally and vertically, one set bold and one set subtle, creates a great visual contrast. Photo courtesy of Taylor King Furniture.
These double frames above the buffet table add to the nature-inspired dining room. Photo courtesy of aspenhome.
Double frames above the bed give the bedroom a symmetrical look. Photo courtesy of aspenhome.
Double the Fun
The two monkey frames add double the fun to this bedroom. Photo courtesy of aspenhome.
Two oversized frames are all you need to add spectacular design to a living room. Photo courtesy of Vahallan Papers.
Frames don't always have to be placed high on the wall. Hang double frames low on a wall to draw the eye level lower. Photo courtesy of aspenhome.
Clean, Classic Look
Placing two frames above the bed carries through the clean, classic look in this room. Photo courtesy of Stanley Furniture.
The silver frames in this living room sparkle against the bold-colored walls. Photo courtesy of Revco International.
Frames on a Table
Placing frames on a table is a great way to accessorize a room. These two frames on this buffet table create the illusion of height in the room. Design by Judi Ackerman.
Center of the Room
The frames on either side of this fireplace draw the eye toward the center of this living room. Design by Troy Beasley.