New to interior design? We know that it can be confusing to incorporate different styles of design and can become overwhelming to truly make a space your own without knowing where to start. In today’s PFF blog, we’ve put together 4 ideas on how you can style your prints along with our favorite wall photo frames and accessories!
Accessorise with Wall Art Prints
As we mentioned , bringing color into your apartment is a great way to brighten things up, especially because apartments aren’t always equipped with the best lighting! Wall art prints serve as another great option for framing, whether you found a beautiful piece at a local art show, are supporting a small business from Etsy, or even have an art project from your kids.
Looking for an artwork to print? Browse our collection of framed Wall Art Prints.
Accessorise with different Styles of wall photo Frames
If you are going for the simplistic, neutral tone of a modern interior space, our our black or white Basic Frames is the perfect accessory for your wall space. You can also choose to stay neutral with our Classic Frames and even add a white matboard. Modern interior design often has the misconception of being too cold or plain. However, wall photo frames allow you to truly personalise your modern design space with photographs or your favorite art!
What’s more, our wall photo frames come IKEA picture frame sizes, perfect for when you have an IKEA sized photo. For our A sized frames, you can click to browse our selection from here.
If your wall color is neutral, you’re in luck! There is plenty you can do with neutral wall colors when it comes to decorating. You can choose to add a pop of color like our Square Frames style in either Blue or Light Wood Brown. Either way, your frames will pop off the walls!
Please note that our Square Frames are only available for square collage images.
Another great frame style for your wall space is the Wooden Photo Hanger. You don’t need a frame to hang your large format prints on the wall in an elevated way. A photo hanger gives you all the sophistication of a frame plus unique minimalist appeal to complete your modern design, while allowing you to make the space feel like your own.
Accessorise with Shelf Decor
Instead of displaying your photos all on walls, use a stylish shelf. Set up a shelf in your living room for selfie photos alongside other nostalgic items. When decluttering other rooms in your home, think of which objects could be saved for these shelves. Interesting little mirrors, ceramic figurines, or special items might also find a nook here, great for adding fun inserts of personality.
Try to coordinate the shelves and the decor to the furniture in your room. For light wash furniture, take a look at our Basic Frames and Classic Frames in the color White. If you have darker wash furniture, our black photo frames like our Classic Frames, Basic Frames and Framed Prints might work perfectly.
Accessorise with Table Top Decor
Sometimes, coming up with creative photo display ideas means thinking outside the frame.
Have a small space on a mantel or shelf that’s perfect for a print? Use a Wooden Photo Clip Stand or a Wooden Stump Photo Stand to make it happen with minimal effort. It’s subtle, sleek, lets you easily switch out photos, and gives more stability than standing prints up against other items. Plus, you can put it just about anywhere.
Another similar product that we recommend would be the Rectangular Block Wooden Photo Stand that lets you layer your favorite prints in the thin groove and rotate them for any occasion. They come in a variety of sizes too!
Don’t want to display it on a mantle? Secure multiple ledges to the wall like the photo below to make the most of your wall space.
For a more unique photo display, you can opt for a Trapezium Block Wooden Photo Stand.
Hopefully, you have gained some insights on how to accessorize your space with various wall photo frames and photo display accessories. They are the perfect way to personalise spaces of any interior design style, and we urge you to try them out for yourself! Till next time, cheers!