I love lighthouses and I realized recently that I have taken A LOT of pictures of them over the years. Lighthouses are full of history and I find them beautiful, so if there is one anywhere near where we are visiting, we will seek them out so I can photograph them. What better way to show off all the ones I have photographed than in a gallery wall?
Obviously, if you want to install a gallery wall of your own, you can use any images you like.
Step 1, Find Your Images…..
To begin, I started by going through the thousands of photos I have on my computer. It is kind of embarrassing how many photos I take (and have a hard time deleting!!!) so it took a while to find what I was looking for. Luckily, I was able to find 8 good quality lighthouse photos.
Step 2, Print your Images…
Decide what size you want and have your images printed out. I used 8x10's.
Step 3, Finding the Perfect Frames…
Next, I scoured Amazon to find frames that were perfect and not too expensive. I settled on these (see below) and they did not disappoint. For the price, they were better quality than I expected! They came in a box of 4, and since I ordered on Amazon they arrived just a few days later. The driftwood color is perfect for my beachy/coastal decor.