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Jack and Jill Interiors
Celebrity Kids' Rooms
unique way to display photos on wood planks
Creative way to display photos
cute way to hang pics
Hang photos...like photos...photo hanging...Oulike display
AFP Interiors LLC
Focal point wall in new living room
custom photo wall display. Photos by Mary Gardella, Love Life Images.
Who did you order the box frame photos from?
I am only finding online the box frames where you insert the photo inside of the frame.
these photos are printed on box frames, not canvas. I am only familiar with printing on canvas, but I love the look of these prints and I like the idea of easy to hang and wipe clean. Can you tell me how or where I can get photos printed on box frames? Thank you!
little creative. Do you think something like this will work?
Are "BOXED FRAMES" photo paper wrapped around a frame?
They photos shown here are not canvases, but box frames, which are made out of wood. In essence, yes, they are photos attached over a wooden frame. You can get various finishes on the photo, they are easy to clean and lightweight. Hope this helps!
My Houzz: Meaghan and Trevor: Welland, ON
Photo: Esther Hershcovic © 2013 Houzz
Great way to expose trip photos
Great idea with the Shelving to display photo collection!
For the entry way from kitchen to dining room.
Good way to display photos, pictures
Great way to display many pictures and art yet not look cluttered
of the photos on display used to hang in Gizuk's childhood bedroom. Shelves: Ikea
4. The picture ledges in this Canadian home helped turn this wall into something more than the sum of its parts.See more photos: My Houzz: Creative Salvaging in the Canadian Countryside
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
Julie Ranee Photography
What do you like about this photo?type writer and hats
This could be a very intereesting take on the hat display - instead of spearating them out as we
Julie Ranee Photography Save to Ideabook Email Photo Straw hats topped with a red star are a rustic alternative to a traditional Christmas tree. Antiques such as the typewriter, metal drawers, cameras and baskets nod to the rich history
by this display of straw hats.
Spur children's creativity by encouraging them to use everyday items in unexpected ways. This holiday tree made of straw hats is a great example. I love how this clever display can be dressed down (as with the straw hats in this photo) or dressed up (by using top hats
such a creative way to do a tree without doing a tree. And the two little evergreens perfectly complement the design, while subversively nodding to tradition. However you celebrate, my family wishes you a very merry Christmas and a happy, happy holiday season.More: 11 New Uses for Old-School Christmas
Jute Interior Design
San Anselmo Living Room
Idea for Anderson family photo wall
Love the photo display and the couch
Photo gallery. Photographs say more about us than anything else. Try to stick with a theme when displaying yours — maybe travel, family, landscapes or objects. It doesn't really matter, as long as the pictures make you happy. If you have a more formal room, a symmetrical display of photos sized and framed
should be displayed throughout the home. As with all aspects of design, there is no right or wrong way; there are only suggestions, style tips and advice. You take from it what works for you and discard the rest. I confess that I am firmly in the less-is-more category when it comes to photos and where and
should be displayed. How to Manage a Growing CollectionCollections of framed family photos typically happen over time. You buy a few cute frames here and there; someone gives you an extra-sparkly one as a present; your kids make one out of Popsicle sticks; your relatives send you random framed photos etc
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
Interior Designer's Home Office
It is full of creative ideas and it doesn't
Advice for editing n storing photos
You can save and use your old photos...take them out of the frames and put up on the walls...like years
Now don’t panic. I’m not going to tell you to toss out all of your photos. But to truly honor your memories, you’re going to have to extricate the most precious images from that
Keep calm and focus. Many people are loath to part with any photographs — the good, the bad and the ugly. But there are way too many to keep organized; this is
product photos, paint chips, and more among the inspiration images. Don't be bashful about layering and piling it all on. As the wall grows organically, you can't help but look at any corner and find an idea.
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
French Country Elegance
get a photo hanger like the one in this picture?
Where can I get this photo hanger...wonderfully creative...would love it in my house
love the photo hangar for above the console in the living room
way to display my Audubon prints with out them going out of square
organized photos on the wall.
Use album frames for Instagram photos
sarah & bendrix
Like the way pictures are hung over sofa.
great way to display mementos, old photos, etc.
photo wall. Old man pic is a great idea jump-starter for framing my b/w Degas painting
Ignore principles in favor of creativity. Pillow collection and art arrangement may seem haphazard but create style
large display out of smaller images for a fraction of the cost of one giant and expensive piece. Note the clean horizontal edge along the bottom that unifies and contains the collection.
static photo suddenly has movement and soul. "Just this year I photographed two homes where the family members were included. Both times, a publication picked up the homes for features, noting the images with people as the ones that initially drew them in," says Bierman. The child in this image adds a