Nice large photos work best, especially consider the size and scale of the room. Example – Rather than 12 small photos, it creates more impact if you use your favorite 4 or 5 in a large size.
2) Use computer programs!
There are photo gallery programs available, such as:
- Gallery Designer by Fundy Software which has an easy-to-use interface on a PC/Mac
- Preveal, an iPad app with a huge library of templates as well as the ability to design your own templates. With some programs you can place the photos in your own room so you’ll know how they look! As shown below.
|Photo gallery in hallway|
|Collage of favorite places and family photos|
|Photo grouping with nature scene & gallery of family photos|
|The vertical shape is better than the original horizontal art (before below)|
5) Vertical beats horizontal!
A vertical collage will make your ceilings feel taller.
7) Use tone on tone fabrics!
Subtle or tone on tone fabrics won’t back you into a corner regarding the colors in the photos. They also don’t “compete with” the photos. People tell us they love tone on tone fabrics because they’re timeless & soothing!
A photo gallery or collage is a great way to display your favorite family photos.
The client’s feedback: The meeting space in my studio used to scream, “leftover eclectic” and now is both stylish and comfortable. Deborah has worked tirelessly to provide options, listen well to my likes and dislikes, push me a little on style and always deliver a great look.
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