When it comes to improving the appearance of the interior of your home, many people forget how important photographs can be. Photographs do more than just serve as decoration. They can tell a story about your life, your memories, your family, and your background. Many people in the area, for instance, love living in Rochester but have no pictures of Rochester in their home. What are some tips for getting photos more integrated in your house?
First, something that has been becoming popular with home designers and that you can replicate easily, is a wall full of photograph frames. What this does is blend chaos with pattern in order to create an interesting wall design that is memorable for the photographs as well as the arrangement. What you need are several, or multiple, frames. If they are not all the same color, it is recommended that you paint or spray paint them in order to give it a unified appearance.
Arrange these on the wall in no particular order other than straight. In other words, not arranged into rows or squares. Just try and keep the space between the frames fairly uniform. Using different frame sizes will help you out. Ultimately, it will have a surprisingly stunning effect. For extra fun, arrange the photos by general color in order to create a rainbow effect in frame.
Second, consider getting pictures of Rochester NY to put on your walls. If you love Rochester, why not highlight this with Rochester pictures? A lot of people assume that Rochester NY pictures mean landscapes, but actually there is an incredibly wide selection available to you. I would recommend displaying a variety of local pictures of Rochester NY including landscapes, portraits, close ups, and interesting city details. Pictures of Rochester NY will add beauty to your home.
Three, besides having pictures of Rochester NY, take close ups of little things you love in order to create almost abstract designs. For example, a favorite or gifted necklace can be arranged in an artistic way to create an interesting photograph. An old chair from your grandmother can make for a stunning black and white close up.