If you have a stack of photos that are just sitting around, waiting to be hung up, you’re not alone. A lot of people want to add more photos into their home, but just never get around to it, leaving a lot of blank and empty walls. You can easily incorporate photos around the house using several different styling techniques that can still reflect your personal style. Here are some ways you can try out, but feel free to try out your own.
Choose Funky Frames
This is the time to go for bold looks. Choose a frame with a dramatic color, one that’s metallic, or one that’s colorful and metallic, why not? You can definitely add this type of frame to a room that’s already lacking in color to add a bit of interest to the room. You can color coordinate with existing decor in the room too.
Add Some Magnets
Who says that you have to have all of your photos just on the walls? Why not utilize your fridge as some photo real estate too? There are plenty of places where you can print out magnetized versions of your photos. You can also print out photos and hold them up with cute magnets too. This will add a personal touch to your kitchen, which might otherwise be empty of all personality and be full of shiny appliances.
You can coordinate the color of the frames you choose for your photos to match the rest of the room. This can give a really cool monochromatic effect. If you don’t love the dramatic effect of monochrome, you can choose a color palette that suits you and that will still match the rest of the room. Just make sure you’re not choosing colors that clash.
Go For A Grid
A classic way to organize your prints is by hanging them in a grid. Something about the symmetry just always works. You can go by theme, like portraits in a row, or go for random. Whatever you choose, the fact that it’s organized into a grid will ensure that it looks good. You can do this with family photos, prints, or even paintings.
Add Something Else
You don’t have to stop at photos in frames. Why not add some other items to keep things interesting? Add in some plants, books, knick-knacks you’ve picked up from abroad, or figurines. Literally anything that you like will work, and this is a fantastic way to showcase your personal style as well as your personality, so don’t be afraid to have some fun with it.