There are a hundred and one different ways that you can hang your new made to measure picture frames so that you can make an impact in your home. In this article, we are going to explore the different ways that our customers have found success when hanging their chosen art pieces at home.
if you are looking to spice up the look of your feature wall or give a lasting impression to your guests that enter your home, then adding some a picture frame from Easyframe is a sure way to make a real statement. We have mentioned in some of our earlier blogs that black and white frames are a classic combination that not only make the artwork eye-catching but also give the artwork a crisp classy finish. You can, of course, mix things up with bright colours or metal frames of all shapes and sizes. In essence, the possibilities are endless!
Although the majority of people prefer to neatly mount their pictures onto a feature wall, there is no rule to say that you have to go with this option. Using a picture ledge is a fantastic way to show off your artwork with a different kind of perspective. You will find that more and more people are favouring this option as it means you don't have to physically nail things into your wall. You can also change the positioning of the art piece as frequently as you like. Create a relaxed look by mixing frame size, and overlapping the pictures, by doing this, you can see several different combinations and find one that works well for you.
Many people don't favour the idea of a wall full of different types of picture frames, but you can make it more interesting to the eye by mixing up different well thought out picture frames that complement one another. You can also break it up nicely by adding other items such as mirrors or inspirational quotes to break it up nicely. You can opt to keep the colour of the frames the same or find colour combinations that work well together. Be mindful to not go mad with lots of different colours as you need to aim for your feature wall to have an overall cohesiveness.
We have in earlier articles mentioned that it is a great idea to involve other features within your home to complement the overall look of your chosen feature wall. If you have a wall that already has a television or fireplace, then try and incorporate this into your framed art display in some way.
Try to think about how you can strategically place rectangular picture frames so that it makes the wall look super flattering and fool your guests into thinking that your tv or fireplace is part of the overall display. You will be surprised with how placing features together in the right way will give your audience that overall wow-factor! Best to experiment with different styles until you achieve perfectly framed look.
The majority of us have stairways in our homes, but a large number of people miss out on the opportunity of thinking outside of the box and not leaving them just for their functional purpose. This is surprising when you think about how often you go up and down them and also the large amount of wall space that goes unused. Why not use this blank canvass to create an area that is packed full of framed photographs of you and your family. You can even create it in a way to show a timeline of your children from a young age up until they are graduating from University. This is a brilliant way to add some personality to your home and create something is truly unique.
You can make your frames artwork stand out more if you give a lot of thought to the accessories that you are putting around it. An example could be that you have a white feature wall, which in a lot of cases, many people will do. Black and white frames work perfectly if you can choose other accessories that are similar in colour. You can symmetrically place black lamps around that area to give a very stylish look.
You don't always have to fill up your feature wall with different framed images, in some cases, less is more and by choosing two or three powerful images can make a really powerful statement. just make sure they are beautifully framed, and you can't go wrong.
Any good framers will be able to show you a vast range of different solutions and advise on what might be the most suitable given the work and its proposed location.
You can contact EasyFrame on 01234 856 501 and / or sales@EasyFrame.co.uk and they'll always chat even if you don't want to buy!
Article Posted: 28/04/2020 12:19:58