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    1. How did you connect the frames to the wall? I’m having issues with the same frames and can’t figure it out

      1. Hey Kristin, thanks for commenting. When I first hung these frames, I used nails, but they are so difficult to hang because of how shallow the bracket is. Since then, I purchased command strips, trimmed them in half length-wise, and then attached them around the frames’ perimeter. This works really well because the frames are very lightweight and the command strips don’t leave any marks on the wall after removal. Let me know how that works for you!

  1. Hi Caitlin,
    The prints look supurb on your wall. just a question about the mat window size, is it slightly smaller than your actual 16 x20 prints or is it exactly 16 x 20?

        1. Hi Colleen, thanks for the question! So I believe I did the poster prints option. I’m not sure if I opted for glossy, pearl, or matte (it was a couple years ago); however, I usually go with the matte options whenever possible!

  2. Hi! How did you determine which wall to use for your gallery? I have a corner couch and am having a hard time figuring out which wall to place the gallery. Thank you!

    1. Gina, Thanks for the comment! It’s hard to say without seeing it in person, but I think wall galleries look really nice above a couch or a buffet. If you want to, feel free to send me some photos on IG or to my email Good luck!

  3. Hi Caitlin,

    I have the Ribba frame but was wondering how to hang them using command strips as the back of the frame is thinner than the command strip size.

    Pls let me know how you hung the frames on the wall.


    1. Hi there Radhika! Thanks for the question 🙂 I actually cut the command strip in half length-wise. The Ribba frame is pretty thin, but cutting in half works well on the thin frame and still secures it on the wall. Hope this answers your question!

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