My wallpaper panels arrived from Griffin and Wong this week. Best birthday present/husband ever!
I have been contemplating how I am going to get these suckers on the wall. They are ginourmous.
Option #1: Frame the panels without glass. This is causing all sorts of problems. First of all, it is expensive. I am talking $200+ without the glass. I want a small thin frame and most places will not do it because they say it will warp and recommend a thick/ornate/tacky frame.
The next option is from Little Green Notebook. Jenny used pieces of plexiglass and placed them over the panels with screws. No frame. No damage to the panels. I just worry about funky reflections taking away from the panels.
Another idea from Little Green Notebook for framing panels. Eliza got her panels framed with acrylic for less than $100. I do not know anywhere in Raleigh that does this. For the record, I do not have an obsession with acrylic it just happens to keep popping up when looking for affordable options for framing large pieces.
Camila found an affordable website that will send the frames. I think these look great and they are more traditional than the acrylic. In her tutorial she got the wallpaper to stick with wallpaper paste, something I am trying to avoid.
What is your favorite? I am starting to lean towards the plexi glass...