I hope everyone had a great Valentine’s Day. Mine was pretty low-key but there was one exciting part. Mitch and I got ‘real’ photos taken for the first time since our wedding almost eight years ago. I am so happy with how they turned out.
(For anyone in the Roanoke, VA area, these were done by Amy Graybill. I highly recommend her.)
After looking at our new pics, I started thinking about how to display them. I looked around our home and realized I have hardly any personal photos displayed. Tons of unique wall décor – but no family photos. I think I’ve always thought that I would just wait and display lots of family photos once we have kids. But that is silly – we need to celebrate the now, not just wait for the future.
So I went in search of some great photo display inspiration. (You knew I wasn’t going to just stick them in a frame right? That would be way to ordinary.)
How about making a gigantic photo print for less than $15? Find the tutorial at Sugar Bee Crafts.
I’m also a huge fan of photo canvases. This triptych takes the photo canvas to a whole new level.
Clipboards are great for displaying photos because they make it so easy to change things out. And how sweet are these scalloped ones?
Or use regular picture frames – but in a whole new way like these frames from Funky Vintage Lovely.
Or these beauties.
And finally, I totally love the use of the vintage scale in this last photo idea.
Now I just have to decide which idea to start with. For lots more awesome photo display ideas check out Wendy Vonsosen Photography's Art Display Project.
Any other unique photo display idea out there? I’d love to see them.