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Picture Wall Company- worth the $$ ?

I know a couple ladies here bought from The Picture Wall Company... is it worth the $350?  Seems a little pricey, but it comes with literally everything you need, including the "stencil" so you know exactlhy where to hang everything.  I keep going back and forth on it...

 Thanks! 

Re: Picture Wall Company- worth the $$ ?

  • I wouldn't pay that much for it I don't think....I feel like if you laid it all out on the ground beforehand you could make it look good. But that's just me.?

    What all is included in that $350??

  • I am OCD about spacing. For my daily mental sanity it's worth it.
  • That's a waste of money IMO.  I bought a bunch of frames at IKEA, painted them all black and am hanging them.  Easy, cheap and still looks good. 
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  • Bryn had some really good directions in her blog a few months back.
  • you could probably pay an art student to come to your house and arrange and hang your pictures for you for way less than $350.
  •  I used their same layout.  I bought my frames at Kohls and probably spent about $120.  Use a level to get your straight lines then measure how far apart you want your pictures.  Mine were a little further apart than I would have liked (the husband hung them, what could I do) I ideally wanted the frames to be 1 1/2" apart.

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     I used their same layout.  I bought my frames at Kohls and probably spent about $120.  Use a level to get your straight lines then measure how far apart you want your pictures.  Mine were a little further apart than I would have liked (the husband hung them, what could I do) I ideally wanted the frames to be 1 1/2" apart.

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    in addition to this, you could buy freezer paper, trace your frames on it and then tape it to the wall and nail your holes using your diy.

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  • They have the stencil kit at Michaels for ALOT CHEAPER
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