Whether you have a static caravan you use as a home away from home or travel the country or continent in a motorhome, you can still take advantage of personalising your interior design regardless the structure.
Art can and does transform rooms and can change the feel of the environment when you walk into a room, up a staircase or along a hallway.
With only four walls and limited flat space using shelving and side tables, there can come the point when you find yourself lacking the space to display a great piece of framed art you would love to put on show.
Wouldn’t it be great if every photo you captured on your phone or digital camera was perfect, ready to print and put into a frame? Not even professional photographers have that luxury. Even the most experienced professional will rely on image manipulation tools to enhance the quality of photos.
Getting your photos from digital to print is not as straightforward as powering up your printer, loading your photos and sending the job to the printer. Printer paper needs to be taken care of from the instant it arrives right through the printing process, and when you’re putting the print in the frame too.
Do you want to turn your walls into masterpieces displaying some of your finest photography or the best art prints you have in your collection? Wood frames are the way to go as they are longer lasting than faux wood frames and provide superior protection for your art that lasts for years, often decades.
Artists frequently find themselves with spectacular drawings preserved in a portfolio because studios lack the space to hang multiple photo frames.
When you are short on space and want to show more of your artwork, whether in your home, art studio or at an art stall, multi photo frames are a convenient choice, and far more cost-efficient too.
The little touches in a holiday home help to add some pizazz to the property and showcase some creative flair. Distinct wall art is one of the better-known ways to create a wow factor from the instant guests walk through the front door.
Some types of art look better when they are displayed together; others need space. You can usually tell if your art needs space if you hang it up and it dominates. Dominating pieces of art are best suited for singular displays as a focal point. The type you would have above the mantel or on prominent display at the bottom of the staircase, or on a landing at the top of the stairs where it sits isolated, creating a sort of instant atmosphere that sets the tone for the area it’s in.
Is the height of your walls giving you some design problems? Those with standard room heights are often envious of high walls as having high walls should, in theory, give you a huge blank canvas to decorate ‘til your heart’s content.
Rarely is that the case though. What you quickly find is to hang art on tall walls, anything beyond a couple of rows, or with unrelated images, gives an awkward vibe.
Multi photo frames are used creatively for various types of photo displays, but one that is not commonly used is for creating a staff photo board. Businesses tend to think these projects need a custom frame so they can fit a photo of each staff member and a nameplate too.