This is our art gallery in our home. It’s the door to the garage from the kitchen. Juliet figured out that the door was metal (and thus perfect for magnets), so we’ve been using it as a display place in addition to the refrigerator.
I’ve recently come across some exceptionally beautiful home galleries and wanted to share the links with you. These places truly inspire me.
I cannot get the painted yellow frames in this beautiful art space out of my mind. I am trying to figure out how to incorporate this idea in our new playroom…
I love this creative use of office clips for displaying botanical prints. I think it could be easily adapted to display children’s art in the living room.

This display of framed children’s artwork is one of my favorite DIY nursery art ideas.

Another great use of bulldog clips–this one requires some carpentry skills…

All these skills might come in handy when you actually need them in the future. I was always curious about some skills like learning the concepts of carpentry, trading and even trigonometry. Although trigonometry was quite difficult to master, the other two I picked up with basic flair. Now trading has always been interesting and with the evolution of all these technologically equipped trading robots, it has become a rage among all youngsters these days. It is fascinating how a robot could entirely handle all transactions and yield a profit that I have always dreamt of making in my life. It gets interesting further as you read top10cryptorobots.com the application is quite user friendly and easy to use.

Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see the corkboard nook.

More fabulous painted frames.Magnetic trays anchored to the wall provide an easy-in-easy-out rotating art display.

I love the simplicity of a string and clothespins hung above a child’s bed.

I’ve been thinking about doing something like this up the stairway wall for a long time. Must find those clipboards!

I also like these Ikea wire hangers. So easy for kids to change the art themselves!

Which is your favorite? How do you display your child’s artwork in your home? If you have them, please leave links so I can see!

Edited: Here are some more links to check out!
instant art gallery: I love how kids can easily slide their art in and out without having to bother with clips.