You are looking for a way to personalise your home with a minimal budget then try to display personal pictures that will certainly give a warm homey ambience. Follow our tips below for hanging photos.
Choose The Right Spot
Make sure you choose the right spot to hang pictures, large areas need larger frames, or you can try clusters of frames.
Hang pictures in common places where people can see them and enjoy them, such as dining rooms, lounges and staircases.
Buy A Ledge
There are many ledges on the market right now to make this process easy. Wall ledges with grooves to hold frames in place can be found at many stores. Hanging two or three ledges on an expanse of wall and placing large framed photos on them is an eye catching way to decorate with your personal photos.
Table Top Frames
Sets of table top frames can be purchased. These sets contain two or more (sometimes even as many as 20) coordinating photo frames in various sizes and even shapes to make decorating simple.
Arranging Photo Frames
It doesnt matter whether you have two frames to arrange of 20, creatng a balanced arrangment that is also eye catching is very important.
Lay out the frames on the floor or large table, and arrange, and then hang them up accordingly.
Coordinating Photo Frames
Placing coordinating frames around a room - some on a side table, some on a mantle, some on top of a bookcase - can help give your room a pulled together feeling.
Selecting Photo Frames
Let your photos do the talking and not the frames, choose simple frames that will compliment your pictures, as well furniture and room decore. Coloured frames work very well in neutral coloured rooms, but be careful that you do not go overboard.
To complement your holiday decorating, buy some seasonal frames and place personal photos of past holidays in them. Place them around the house at holiday time. You can change out the photos from year to year, making this a very inexpensive way to change your decorating each year.
Here are three do-it-yourself tips for creating unique art displays for your home.
Position a cork or foam board inside a large frame. Then arrange an overlapping collage of family photos using pushpins or adhesive.
Spruce up your kitchen by making family photo magnets. Simply take your various sized photos and arrange on your refridgerator door.
Binder Clip Frames
Press clear pushpins in your wall in a pleasing line or pattern or try stringing a line of strong wire. Then clip the photos with metal binder clips, and hook the handles onto the pushpins or the line.
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