How To Display Your Framed Art and Pictures
Many people want to learn the best way to display by their beloved pictures and framed art in a way that’s pleasing and tasteful. There are actually many ways to do this.
One way that framed photos can be displayed is to group them on a silver tray and place them on an occasional table. This works especially well if all the frames, whether they be round, square or rectangular, decorated or plain, also be in sterling silver.
Another way to display pictures is to cluster them on a wall besides the stairs. The photos, which can be placed in frames that are more or less the same size, can be placed very close together or proceed up the wall following the slant of the stairs. Photos and paintings can also be hung on a picture rail in a hallway and lit with accent downlights. A single work of art placed in a prominent place in the livingroom can also be lit by a downlight or even an uplight that’s placed discreetly on the floor.
Photos placed on a hallway’s wall can also reflect the homeowner’s family tree. They can range from photos taken recently to daguerreotypes in a carved wood frame. These sort of photos do best in a muted, overhead light, and it’s best if all of the photos are black and white or sepia toned. But another wall can actually be hung with flat screened TV monitors that continually show modern images from the family.
These are but a few of the ways your precious artifacts and photos can be displayed. Visit http://pinterest.com/homeownerbuff/wall-frames/ for more information.