wall art wednesday :: hold on to your love (chandler family photographer)



While there is perhaps a province in which the photograph can tell us nothing more than what we see with our own eyes, there is another in which it proves to us how little our eyes permit us to see.

~Dorothea Lange

Want to see more {wall art wednesday} goodness? Check it right here!

The bold and happy yellow mixed with the graphic black and white mingles for a beautiful room and gorgeous wall display.  Don’t you love the matting of the frames, too? Be different and instead of a wall of all one frame, add in one small frame with fabric and a canvas. Perfect!

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This is such a clean and crisp mix of memories, I just love it! COMPLETELY loving the dwell. chalkboard, too. What word would you use? 🙂


Jennifer Johner created this wall collage of art + images primarily so that she could disguise her thermostat, light switch and outlets. I think she more than met her goal, don’t you think? 🙂 I have the perfect spot to do this very same thing–it always felt like a challenge spot having my thermostat there, but this…genius!

{image via jennifer johner}


Yep, big is AWESOME.  Just do it, seriously.  Make the investment and go big with a print, with a canvas…you will never regret it.  Clients, email me TODAY for a bit of fun info on two amazing specials for LARGE gallery wraps. 😉

{image via all things baby}


Go big AND different by breaking up one image into two pieces.  How fun is this?!

{image via design aglow}


Tons more Wall Art Wednesday inspiration for you + your walls, right here!

A special thank you to the Bloom Forum for asking me to be interviewed-fun! It will be up today on the blog and in its entirety on the forum.  I would love for you to leave some love! 🙂



Laura is a mother of two residing in the Arizona desert. She is fluent in Spanish and Toddler, believes that photo shoots with kiddos who love to run, climb stairs, play in rocks and giggle are some of the most fun, plans her next trip every week online (but only actually takes some of the trips), never met a container of Talenti Sea Salt Caramel gelato that she didn’t love and has more ideas and dreams than time. Laura loves capturing that beautiful family photo where everyone is cuddled close and looking at the camera, but adores capturing the in-between, sacred moments even more.
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