Style

Megan Morton On How To Style Frames In Every Room

Above: adler small frame, bay three wick candle, adler A2 poster frame, lucite A3 poster frame and adler A1 poster frame.

Frames are a well-known favourite at Country Road. Not simply just for walls, there are a plethora of ways they can be styled throughout the home. Here stylist Megan Morton shows us how.

Story and styling by Megan Morton. Photography by Pablo Veiga.


Above: adler medium frame, lucite small frame and paton small frame.

BOOKSHELF

"I love the way a framed item (think ticket, moments, polaroids) can look so beautiful when used as an object, rather than simply on the wall. For this exact reason I build a slanted library ledges for each of my bookshelves so I can have a leaning styling moment that I can add to or change out when my mood or season changes."

Above: adler medium frame, bay three wick candle, adler A2 poster frame, lucite A3 poster frame and adler A1 poster frame.

HALLWAY

"Sometimes the best things don’t need to be hung on the wall. There is a delicious spot leaning against the wall in the hallway where frames look wonderful. The only thing you need to remember is to put them clustered together and not the whole way down the wall. This makes it look considered and curated."

Above: kye mirror, talle bath sheet and paton small frame.

BATHROOM

"Label your family’s towels or go one step further and label the use. Here I’ve used the words ‘bath’ and ‘beach’ in the same way you could add your family members names."

Above: adler A1 poster frame, fini dip bowl, bay three wick candle, bolle hurricane, sia large ceramic vase, sia small ceramic vase, marn cushion, vahl grid cushion, brae cushion, tube A3 poster hanger, corr small pot, kyra large plant stand, corr large pot pot and kyra small plant stand.

SUNROOM

"Botanical pictures are one of the most easiest things to collect and due to their almost-weightlessness they are the one thing I buy from the Paris fleas. Here a pair of my favourites wall hung as art imitates the plant life around it in a corner of the sunroom."

Above: fini dip bowl, bay three wick candle, lucite small frame, brae napkins, mala metal spoon, fini dinner plates, lucite extra small frame, arno tumbler and brae table cloth.

TABLETOP

"I love entertaining and often invite friends over for dessert. Here the lucite frames hold the menu and the smaller ones hold embroidered initials as place settings. Mixing modern lucite with old fashioned embroidery creates a whole new tablescape."

Above: fini dip bowl, bay three wick candle, lucite small frame, brae napkins, mala metal spoon, fini dinner plates, lucite extra small frame, arno tumbler and brae table cloth.