We’ve been getting a LOT of questions lately about personal photo display ideas in our inbox. Maybe it’s just a coincidence, or maybe we just have a bunch of readers who are starting in on decorating for Spring with all those new family pictures that got taken the past few months…either way, if you know me, then you know I LOVE decorating with personal photos.
Framed art is great, don’t get me wrong, but there’s just something special and fun about seeing beautiful, happy pictures of the people you love all around your home. One of the biggest questions that we get asked though, is:
That’s a great question, and something that isn’t as hard as it seems. Below are a few awesome ways to show off your lovely family photos, with ideas on how to achieve aesthetically pleasing layouts at the same time, whether you have a large or small space.
This look, to me, is timeless. I love the evenly spaced frames, clean lines and drama that a symmetrical gallery wall gives off. I especially dig the floor to ceiling aspect as well. 如果你’ve got a large, empty wall to fill, this sort of photo display can definitely give your unoccupied space a ton of visual interest.
Planning a gallery wall, completely symmetrical or not, is probably the most time consuming type of photo display, only 因为 you have to do a lot of measuring and planning to get it just right.
我在这里可以提供的最佳提示之一是首先制作框架的纸模板。如您所见 （在这张不太好的照片中，对不起！） 我们在计划我们的计划时使用了这种方法 客厅的大画廊墙。这项技术在使用时将毫不费力’在计划照片显示时，需要花时间进行工作和返工。 A Piece 与沉重的玻璃填充框架相比，纸移动起来容易得多。
我总是为货架上的分层照片展示而苦恼， because I feel like I don’不想用其他相框遮盖我照片的任何部分 （是的，我’m OCD like that)…但是在提取了这些示例以用于本文后，我意识到了两点：
– 尺寸变化是关键： 不同形状和大小的框架有助于使您的显示器看起来有吸引力，并且非常适合分层。
– 垫面宽度： 许多分层的照片显示器的边框都具有较大的遮罩。它不仅可以创造戏剧效果，而且还为您提供了额外的空白空间，可将框架彼此放置在一起。
I have yet to find a great spot in my home for one of these types of displays, but it’s becoming a quick favorite of mine. I love the illusion of framed photos starting on a wall and then spilling onto a table as well. I’d have to say that the cohesiveness of frame style, has to be the biggest part of achieving this look.
墙上的照片说：“Look, but don’t touch”
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again…I think that when you’re unsure about a decorating process in your home, one of the best places to start is to see others examples. That’s what blogs are for, right!?
In my opinion, the best way for visitors to feel welcome in your home and with your family, is for them to experience a little bit of your life through photography. It’s the perfect conversation starter.
最终通过您自己在空间中的生活中的个人照片来显示和分享品位，美丽的时刻，是终极的‘warm n’ fuzzy hug’你的房子可以送给客人
如果你’仍然希望获得有关如何在您的空间中显示图片的进一步建议，来自 摄影：Emilie，真的很整齐 画廊指南 post that she just created on her site. It shows suggestions for different areas in your home that you may want to display photos in, along with the corresponding photo dimensions that will be needed to go along with it. 如果你 have a hard time getting super creative on your own, then this is an awesome option, 因为 basically all the work is done for you!
如果你’重新计划拍摄自己的照片以用于即将变得很棒的照片显示，然后检查她 在线摄影和编辑讲习班 以及5月。她’从相机上的手动模式拍摄到学习’s and out’的Photoshop。如你所知 以前的帖子, her classes 一直对我来说很棒。
However you choose to display your personal photos… JUST DO IT! There’s never been anyone that’s taken the time to get their life’s favorite moments up on a wall or table in a beautiful frame, and then turned around and said… “Yeah, no…I just don’t like it.”