I am in love with architecture and skyline photograpy. I follow some amazing instagram accounts of photographers who capture some of my fav cities (Chicago) and I often see images I wish I could frame. It made me think how easier and cost effective it would be to tear apart a calendar and frame the pretty captures. Maybe I can blow up my own camera snapshots and have them printed in black and white too…
Gallery and grid walls of art are fine but I really like the layered look. You can achieve it simply by overlapping frames. The look is best when all frames are different sizes with the smallest being forefront. It’s especially nice when you don’t have enough wall space but really want to showcase different pieces.
Buying art can be expensive. Ever thought of taking a calendar and using those images? A black and white calendar of architecture or landscapes would make for a nice gallery by placing them in like frames with a mat. No one would ever know.
I love her thought process. She doesn’t hide her fav pieces, she displays them. She likes to look at her closet and upon the first glance see things that are meaningful to her, gifts from family or things she picked up in her travels.