Why It’s the Frame That Makes the Photo
When you are framing photographs, there are many different kinds of frames you could choose from, making it easy for you to personalize each and every memory stored within the photographs in your home. Whether you have larger or smaller photographs, ones of your friends and family, or just some beautiful scenery shots, you can easily find a frame that will not only house the photo, but also make for a proud display.
You can set up displays of multiple photographs in some frames in order to catalog specific events or people in your life. With clever matting techniques, you can even take a single large frame and split it up to fit multiple photographs by using what you have, even if it is by more unconventional and imaginative means.
The possibilities are endless, regardless of how much space you are looking to occupy, and even the basic size of your photographs can still make for a display you can be proud to showcase in your home. If you haven't put much thought into creative framing for your photographs in the past, chances are that most of your frames are all the same boring rectangular shape as the photographs within them, but with a little extra effort and drive, you can really make an impact for the better on your home decor.
By utilizing circular or bubble glass for frames, you can give your photographs a whole different look than they have in the most basic of rectangular frames, and add a little more variety to your decor in the process. Either on a tabletop, or on the wall, there are many places where an oval frame will fit just as well as a rectangular frame ever would.
To go a step even further, you can switch out the glass in the frame as well. You can insert convex glass replacement to accent your photos even more, and even give them a more classic, sophisticated look that you may not have even thought possible. You'd be able to do wonders for your home decor without having to invest too much effort or time in a new project; all it takes is a little imagination and the willingness to get it done.
Once you have started to work with the photos you already have on display, it won't be long before you are looking to showcase other photographs and add to those that you had previously already showcased, even without having to undertake any other major projects.
Eric Blair - About Author:
InLine Ovals manufactures and distributes oval, round and rectangle picture frames, bubble glass for frames, shadow boxes, convex glass, mirrors, convex glass replacement and many other related products. Our products are available through many of the top designers, art and framing companies, photographers, floral preservationists and others in related industries. Our frames can be found in homes throughout the world as well as in galleries, museums, hotels, and restaurants, and have been featured in magazines, movies, and television programs.
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