I love a family photo wall. I often suggest framed family photos to my clients to personalize their space. They are an affordable alternative to artwork as well. A family gallery wall can easily be done wrong. It can turn out looking cluttered and messy. Here are few tips to make your family photo wall a success!
On narrow and high walls hang art floor to ceiling. This works best when all frames and images are the same style and size. Black and white photos add a nice gallery style factor as well.
Fill a corner with framed black and white family photos. The key is to create interest with varying matte sizes. I especially love a small square photo in a large square frame and matte. This framed wall via @nicoleavisinteriors is photo gallery perfection.
Group things in three's. Have the image mounted up high with lots of matte below. Just like this grouping of three via Framebridge.
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