10 Ways to Hang Prints

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Hand lettered and calligraphy quotes have become increasingly popular in the past few years, and if you're anything like me, you've got a pile of carefully coveted prints and no idea what to actually do with them.

Below, I've rounded up some of my favorite ways to hang prints so you can get them out of the pile and onto your beautiful walls! 

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(1) Jazz up plain frames

Update plain frames with some gold hardware with this simple DIY from A Beautiful Mess.

a beautiful mess gold hardware frame diy glitter and bold blog roundup

 

(2) Tape it up

Add color without the commitment with some washi tape! Perfect for rentals, dorms, office spaces, or anywhere you want to add the look of a frame without the hassle.

washi tape frames via 100 layer cake glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via 100 Layer Cake)

(3) Spice up a shelf

As both an organization + book junkie, I have a LOT of shelves. Throwing in a few layered prints is one of my favorite ways to make shelves both fun and functional.

fashionistas diary office shelves

(photo via The Fashionista's Diary)

(4) Hang it with half

This is one of my personal favorites and a staple in my own home because of it's vintage feel and super easy DIY. There are a million and one ways to make one of these hanging half frames, but this quick DIY from Design Sponge is my fave.

design sponge diy half frame glitter and bold blog roundup

(5) Clips on clips on clips

Use clipboards to make changing photos and prints a breeze. I love this look for offices or other spaces where you want a fun hodge podge of inspiration!

better homes and gardens clipboard gallery wall glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via Better Homes & Gardens)

(6) Vintage hangers

Vintage pants hangers are another great option for changing out prints easily. Get thrifty with it like Oh Joy, or buy some here.

oh joy office styled with hangers

(photo via Oh Joy)

urban outfitters print hanger

(photo via Urban Outfitters)

(7) Use a grid

Take bulletin boards to a new level with a wire grid, like this one from Urban Outfitters.

urban outfitters wall grid

(8) Go long

Pictures propped on long shelves has become an obsession of mine the past few years, and I have at least one in every room. It's like a gallery wall, but better because (1) minimal hanging and (2) you can switch it up whenever you want!

aparment therapy bedroom glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via Apartment Therapy)

maybaby meg deangelis pbteen home glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via Meg Deangelis // Glamour)

9. Rock a gallery wall

An oldie but goodie, gallery walls are a always a great way to display prints. My favorites include an eclectic mix of prints and other hanging objects.

the crafted life living room makeover gallery wall glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via The Crafted Life)

ashley malone office gallery wall glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via Sayeh Pezeshki)

10. Prop in unexpected places

Say to hell with hanging and prop those prints wherever your heart desires! Tables, bar carts, radiators, you name it!

kate la vie apartment tour frames propped glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via Kate La Vie)

mckenna bleau glitter guide bedroom glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via McKenna Bleau // The Glitter Guide)

the crafted life living room frames on bar cart glitter and bold blog roundup

(photo via The Crafted Life)

 What's your fave way to display prints?! Share in the comments below!

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