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Cre­ate a gallery wall the sim­ple way with ad­he­sive strips

gallery walls are a firm favourite here at Real Homes hq – there’s no bet­ter way to trans­form a blank, bor­ing space, as DIY in­sta­gram­mer Me­d­ina grillo il­lus­trates in her sunny liv­ing room. But if you’re think­ing, ‘that’s an aw­ful lot of nails to ham­mer into my per­fectly painted walls,’ fear not. there’s a bril­liant so­lu­tion that even the most diy-pho­bic per­son can nail (no pun in­tended).

ad­he­sive strips can be ap­plied di­rectly to your frame like tape. En­sure your walls are clean and dry, ap­ply the strips to all four cor­ners of the frame, press down and place into po­si­tion on your wall. hold for 30 sec­onds, then re­move the frame, leav­ing the strips on your wall, and wait one hour. reat­tach the frame and it’s good to hold up to 7.2kg. and if one of your pic­tures is slightly out of place? sim­ply peel off the strips and re­po­si­tion. No one will ever know...

Com­mand white pic­ture hang­ing strips, £3.18 for a pack of three, B&Q. wall painted in Mystic Mocha, £28 for 2.5ltrs, Valspar.Eden sofa, from £1,299 for a small sofa, sofa work­shop

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