Introducing Framefox – Easy Gallery Wall at your Place

Gallery walls are beautiful, but they’re just tricky and time-consuming enough to end up being that project you keep putting off. Deciding on a layout, finding the right sizes and styles of frames to buy, framing your images, and then getting the spacing and layout correct on your wall…  cue – never getting around to it.

Well, New Zealand brand Framefox have set out to completely streamline and simplify the process of getting a stylish gallery wall up at your place. Have a quick lookie at this 30-second video:

Using Framefox’s easy online tool, you just: choose a gallery layout (there are 8 layouts to choose from, to suit how many images you want to use and how large your wall is), choose the colour/style of frames you like best, then upload your images from your desktop (or straight from your phone or even Instagram). You’ll get to see a realistic image of how the finished gallery wall will look, too – and you can crop your images, add a filter, etc.

From there, Framefox will print and frame your images (top-quality frames, handmade here in New Zealand), and then send your ready-to-hang framed images to your door. Included in your kit is a true-to-size hanging template – genius idea. Tape it to your wall, and it guides you exactly where to hammer the nails (oh, and Framefox even include the nails for you!) Easy, super-stylish gallery wall… done!

If you’re not after a gallery wall, but just have one or two photos or an artwork you’ve been meaning for ages to frame, you might like to check out Framefox’s interactive framing service. Everything can be done online – choose from 21 different frames, in various sizes up to A1. Then upload a digital image – or, if you already have the photo or artwork at home, Framefox will actually send a courier to your place to pick it up.

In a busy life, Framefox is about saving time, simplifying life, and getting special moments off our phones and into our homes. It’s a yes from me.

This is a sponsored post. We only ever work with brands/businesses we think you’ll love, and get value from.


New Things

Aussie homeware brand Sage x Clare have recently launched their newest collection, Terra, and it’s more of the same 70’s-feel-good feels and colour folk party. Wishlisted piece: this rainbow bath mat.
See the whole Terra collection here.

Spotted and loved the work of Turkish potter Zehra Balci (@maitoinenhome) – especially her latte-glass style ceramic coffee cups. Buy online here.

 A new outpost for Melbourne Gelateria Piccolina. The St.Kilda space was designed again by Hecker Guthrie.

Elton side table by new #WCE Sarah Ellison

These incredible images are actually huge photographic prints by Australian photographer Stuart Cantor. They come in various XXL sizes (up to almost 2 metres wide!) framed or unframed. I’d pick a print from Stuart’s newest Amalfi Forever series – capturing the iconic beach clubs of the Amalfi Coast – for my wall, but his Venice series is also incredible.




Feb Wishlist


Half Moon Ceramic Tray by Rachel Saunders, from Fourth St
Blush Glass Jug (vintage) from Fourth St
Storm & India Detox Evening Tea from Tessuti
Best Basics – Oversized Tee in Cocoa (also comes in Olive and Ochre) by Alex & Corban
Bonin Pink Sand sunglasses from Wild Wagon
Soft Lines print by The Poster Club, from Paper Plane
Father Rabbit sofa blanket – reversible, olive and charcoal stripe




September Wishlist


Wishlisting shades from nature – olive green, clay, sand, and sunshine…
(Everything here from NZ designers or NZ stores)


Ceramic reusable coffee cup in Saltbush
(dig this greenish grey) from Sunday Homestore

Handwoven linen throw in the yummiest olive tone with subtle grid, from Citta Design

Brass Crescent Moon from NZ brand The Dust Co – for a little golden moon magic at your place

Every. Single. Thing. from the S/S18-19 Collection from Shjark.
Pictured is my fave piece, the Fabian Top in Jute.

Pebble earrings (handmade from clay and brass) from NZ maker Along Came Wolfe.
Everything she puts up sells out within a day – so I’m hanging out for her next drop.

For sunnier weekends where you don’t get dressed till lunchtime – Stripe linen lounge robe from Boheme Home

Ceramic Colander for Spring salads – a new part of the JS Ceramics Mist Collection from Paper Plane

Baggu Cloud Bag in Ochre from Alex & Corban

Renee Boyd Olive Green Ring Bowl from Sunday Homestore


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