Anytime I get a chance to help out a client decorate their home with I See Noise Prints, I jump at the opportunity! I have so much love for my prints that when someone wants to express their creativity with displaying them I just can’t help but want to see the final result.
Everyone displays them in different ways throughout their homes; bedrooms, bathrooms, closets, offices, you name it and they’ve probably placed a print there.
When Mana Mansour of Style By Mana contacted me about looking for some prints to revamp her office I just had to be a part. For those that are unaware, Mana Mansour is a Leo award-winning lifestyle television host, reporter & producer based in Vancouver. Mana may be small but her bigger than life personality fills a room – a well..very well decorated one. Seriously you guys, her home is stunning!
Here are a few snaps by the talented Ainsley Rose – we were so glad she could be with us on this day to document how Mana and I got together to throw around some creative vibes.
To see more images on how we styled Mana’s prints you can check out her post on Style By Mana HERE.
All prints used in Mana’s office styling can be found on the I See Noise official shop or on Etsy.
All photos are by Ainsley Rose Photography.
My full home tour is now up on the site – simply click on the tab above titled HOME TOUR or click HERE for the full tour. You can see my two part feature with Home On The Runway HERE.
Photo by Tracey Ayton.
With the help of Joanna Kado, my interior designer extraordinaire… I’ve learned the simple ways of putting together my very own gallery wall. Okay, simple is an understatement… it took us 2 hours and that’s not including putting images into the frames! It’s a lengthy process but if you know your steps you can do it quick enough but don’t forget to be precise.
Below are images from the gallery wall that I recently installed for my apartment, you can see the final look once the photos have been released of my apartment tour, can’t wait!
STEP 1: You’ll want to purchase a roll of paper. This can be anything really, from trace paper to craft paper.. it all works. You’ll need to roll it from each end your gallery wall will hang from. Mine reached from 8 inches into each side of the wall, so we cut it accordingly. You’ll also want to figure out the width of your gallery wall, our paper wasn’t wide enough so we needed to layer one on top of the other to get our final dimensions.
STEP 2: Lay your paper down on an empty and even surface. This is where you will arrange all of your frames how you want them.
STEP 3: Using a level or ruler, make sure each frame is straight and trace around it.
STEP 4: You’ll need to measure the distance between your hook and the top of the frame. We measured at 1cm between the frame and where the nail would be. After measuring, place your mark.
STEP 5: Once you’ve finished, place the sheets of paper back onto the wall and measure till straight.
STEP 6: Place your nails into each marker and then pull the sheet off the wall over the nails. If you pull away from the wall you’ll only have holes where your nails were and won’t ruin your sheet in case you need it again.
VOILA! Your gallery wall is complete! Below is a sneak peek at what it ended up like.
Peace hands & Chanel Perfume Bottle - I See Noise Prints
Quotes – Pinterest
Map – Wrapping paper.