|That is my new DIY'd magnetic board in the centre|
I first fiddled with my arrangement on the floor, then used templates to "test" it out on the wall. But, I ended up shifting around a few as we were hanging anyway.
|Playing with the arrangement before committing|
Anyone who has said that a gallery wall is an easy project LIES, or else I am doing it wrong. It took bloody forever to decide on arrangement, then get everything straight & balanced. We missed dinner for this project and ate at 9:00p.m! (Perhaps I am extra cranky because of the frame fiasco). But, the before & after difference makes me happy enough to forget the headache and tell everyone how easy this was.
|The REAL "Before"|
|The latest "Before"|
|Here it is, one last time . . .|
Still to do: hide the closet track to make my closet-to-nook conversion complete. We have kept the doors in case the next owners want to convert this back into a closet. Because we installed new floors when we moved in, there are no holes for the doors on the floor. Regardless, the doors will be an easy install project should they been needed again. But I like the openness of the office without a closet and it suits my purposes.
Tomorrow I will tell you about Phase I of my DIY magnetic chalkboard, seen on the silhouette wall.