In much the same way people love layering pillows on beds and sofas, it has become fashionable to layer artwork as shown here. Just make sure everything is secure so it can’t fall.
Happy Veterans Day from your friends at FastFrame of LoDo! We appreciate your service to this country more than you could ever know.
Let’s face it, not everyone wants to hang their kid’s art in the living room. A mudroom or hall where the family comes and goes each day may be the perfect alternative. The display will still allow the kids to take pride in seeing their art on display.
Do you ever hear people say they don’t have any more wall space for framed art? Well, show them this beautifully designed space and let them know there’s always room for more art! The large windows in this modern loft create the perfect backdrop for a stunning selection of custom framed art! Where’s the most unique place you’ve ever hung art?
These plates would look insignificant if they were displayed on this wall unframed. They lack the size and contrast to stand out. Placing the plates in shadowboxes helps overcome both problems, by adding color and filling more of the wall space.
A stairway is a great place to display a creative grouping of custom framed family photos, art , mirrors, etc. With an arrangement like this, you can start in the middle and keep growing each direction until you fill your space.
Welcome to a brand new week! What will you achieve?