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A large gallery display of framed art and photos is an attractive way to infuse any room with warmth and style. Canvas pictures of you and your family are something you would cherish and would like to keep near you all the time.

What do you do when you want to follow that rule, but also have a creative decor? There are lots of different ways you can do this. Opt for the larger sizes of canvases if you like the quality of the photo and look for an impactful effect.

The idea of beautiful and functional everyday objects should not only be affordable to the wealthy but to all. This is probably most reliable on the Scandinavian designs. Scandinavian designs often make use of form-pressed wood, plastics, anodized or enameled aluminum or pressed steel.

Here are some of the prominent Singapore photo frame styles inspired from Scandinavian designs, for your wall to look all the more fancy and flamboyant.

Staircase Trim Framed Art And Photos

The staircase is a classical area for displaying framed art and photos.

It’s a space where you can use many other types of decorations, but a large collection of family photos would look beautiful. You don’t have to use the same type of frames… and it’s okay if they are different sizes. Tell a story using your staircase with your favorite photos.

Clothesline Framed Art And Photos

Hang your photos out to dry, for all your visitors to see. 

Have a ton of small photos and not enough wall space? With this trick, you can display them anywhere you want to. You can string them against the wall as well.

DIY Photo Collage- (Small Photos – Large Frames)

Collages are very popular – but to make one, you need a proper frame. We’re sure you’ll be able to accommodate all of your treasured photos in one big frame, while the frame itself is minimalistic and elegant. 

Picture collage in itself is a great idea for your child’s room (smaller version, of course) or create the large version in your family room. A lovely, expanding memory wall of friends & family. A collection of framed art and photos each year shows how much your loved ones have grown. 

Door Frame

How to Display Framed Art and Photos in Your Home
framed art photo by Clem Onojeghuo

Waiting to come across the perfect framed art and photos for your entryway wall? It’s the first thing you see when you step into your house. So, you just can’t put anything there. Here’s the perfect frame for your entryway wall with a spark of inspiration.

Now, it’s not an old door anymore. The door would now serve as a constant reminder of where you started, how far you’ve come and how much further you’ve got to go.

A Flexible Grid Pattern

Grids are an awesome way to layout your framed art and photos.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re creating a mood board to kickstart your imagination of an awesome graphic for your bedroom wall. Just like the pages of a comic book, grids can be used to show time and motion or display your hobby.  

Antique Frames

For some wall gallery creators, the display of framed art is every bit as important as the photos themselves. The antique photo frames add intrigue to the pictures and create a sense of history. The frame can be matched to the picture or the decor of where you want to hang it.

The top covering can be acrylic, normal glass or non-reflective glass. The normal glass gives a very clear look. The non-reflective glass gives anti-glare look and it appears as if there is no glass on top and its, matt finished.

Corner Wall Gallery

Creatively framed art and photos turn houses into homes, gives a character to the office and add colors, character, and interest to interior space. A well-framed picture is like a piece of furniture and it will last for years. It will encapsulate memories and achievements, providing a talking point for all who view it. You’ll be amazed to see what this pop of sunshine does for an oft-ignored room.

Hanging Photo Centrepiece

Create a hanging centerpiece at your next dinner party using an old ladder, photos, and some string.

Pro Tip: Throw a birthday or bachelorette dinner, and hang photos of the night’s honoree.
Create a  family tree with personalized canvas paintings, framed art and photos.

Snapshots are very interesting. They immortalize natural and real moments and expressions. You can use them to create large collections of photos and you can display them on a wall in a form family tree. It can be displayed in areas such as the entrance, the hallway, the staircase, etc.

Choose to hang a few of them on a string with clothespins to have a free and simple ambiance. Mix them with prints of inspirational words or quotes. There are solutions available for any taste and personality. Browse through the ways mentioned above for framed art and photos ideas and make your family pictures display the best in the neighborhood.

Guest Author Bio:
Kendal Smith is a happy freelance blogger. Being a homemaker, too, he loves blogging on home decor, home improvement, and home maintenance.

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