If you’re tired of tabletop frames, today’s post is for you. When it comes to displaying photos, there are many interesting ways to showcase your favorite snapshots. From DIY wall hanging options to unique purchases that will add personality to your grouping of pictures, the possibilities are endless. Below you will find 20 of our favorite techniques for getting creative as you display photos. Enjoy…
Wall Frame Options
We may be starting with wall frames (which seem to be the gold standard for photo displays), yet the selections below are anything but ordinary! This Picture Frame Set from features ten frames in various sizes. Choose from white, wood or black, and take the guesswork out of coordinating your own set of frames. One purchase, and you have the ingredients for an instant gallery wall. For a true gallery feel, mix in photos of places or nature rather than displaying only family shots.
Why not select a handful of your favorite Instagram photos and place them in record frames? Bonus points for colorful snapshots. This Record Frame Instagram Photo Wall from features iPhone photos and plenty of creativity! In fact, Elsie and Emma of A Beautiful Mess are experts when it comes to taking and displaying photos. Stay tuned for a few more of their ideas in the post…
A picture ledge provides a stylish resting spot for framed photos. Mix in some objets d’art, and you have a high-end look that’s as interesting as it is sophisticated. [from ]
Grids are in, and this Umbra Gridart Frame from is perfect for displaying your favorite Instagram shots. Not to mention, this wooden frame will certainly become a conversation piece for the room of your choice:
For a casual, colorful approach that’s ideal for home offices, dorm rooms and kids’ bedrooms, check out this Hanging Photo Sleeve from . Choose from Grey, Royal Navy or Pool, shown below:
Next up: wall installations that integrate a large number of photos. Make your own for under $20 with ingredients such as Mod Podge and foam core boards. Learn more about this Wall Picture Collage at :
If you’re not up for securing each photo to a collage, order a photo poster from . You get to choose 50-200 Instagram photos, and Social Print Studio will do the rest. Once again, it’s all about the grid! For an additional fee, you can even get the poster framed.
Wowie zowie! We’re loving this large grid display above the mantel of blogger Elsie Larson. Secured with painter’s tape, the photos are added to the wall in a way that also makes them easy to remove. Plus, the black and white approach creates a unified look:
Give a dull corner some pizzazz with this corner heart display featured at . The color really brings the wall to life, don’t you think?!
For an unexpected display of pictures, Emma from created a border around a doorway, integrating patterned paper as a special touch:
For a wall installation that combines photo display fun with the current grid trend, this Metal Grid Photo Display from makes a modern statement that can be packed with pictures or left empty in sections to emphasize the grid itself:
Hanging by a String
When you display photos along a string, the look is casual, impromptu, and fabulously creative. This from Urban Outfitters is accompanied by 5 metal geo clips:
Or you can go bold with a whole wall of photo string displays! Also from Urban Outfitters, this comes with 12 clips and one string. But as you can see below, there is power in numbers, so don’t hesitate to order several to give your wall new life.
Urban Outfitters’ creates a vertical photo display with the help of a cable and magnets. Display up to 8 photographs for a linear statement that showcases memories and plenty of style:
Choose a string display with a zigzag form! This Cast-Metal Wire Photo Display from works well with the brand’s metal photo clips, as shown below:
There’s a lot of inspiration enjoy in this photo from Dutch magazine . It certainly proves that you can get crafty with a DIY photo display option that utilizes wire and binder clips. So whimsical! [via ]
For a DIY project that combines a photo display with a wall hanging (and a dash of Memphis-Milano style), check out this DIY Photo Wall Hanging from , crafted from supplies such as a wooden dowel, clay and a paint pen:
We end today’s post with a trio of tabletop photo display options that are anything but ordinary. The Tabletop Photo Carousel from has a vintage look that works well in traditional and modern spaces alike:
Craft a DIY Mini Photo Christmas Tree from , or make this tree work year-round in your home, thanks to fotobit frames that can be connected in any configuration!
Last but not least, you can use crystals and craft wire to create a Mineral Photo Display that holds your favorite snapshots. Emma from shares tips for working with wire in the tutorial.
Will you be incorporating any of today’s featured photo displays into your home?