wall art wednesday :: walls that speak volumes (phoenix modern photos)

 

 

“A picture is the expression of an impression. If the beautiful were not in us, how would we ever recognize it?”

~Ernst Haas

 

Want more {wall art wednesday} fabulosity? Check it right here loves! 🙂

Eclectic, fab + fun. Loving the cohesiveness of the white frames, but the uniqueness of them all. The unframed prints and colorful plates add interest.  Oh, and I HUGE puffy heart those letters resting on the bench and the fact that they say “Eggs, Toast + Jam”! 🙂

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More loveliness from Ashley Ann Photography’s blog.  Check out Marie Darby’s guest post on Ashley’s blog to read her tutorial on creating this awesome photograph lamp. Love!

 

{image via ashley ann photography}

Here is another fun photo lamp showing the use of one image rather than several.

 

{image via better homes and gardens}

Ooh, looove these colors and the use of the frame around the television. Place initials or photos in the frames surrounding it and you have an interesting display that works with your television!

 

Storyboards are a lovely idea to feature a great number of images on your walls in a fresh way.  I would encourage you to go even bigger than this! Have it printed on a canvas or standout mount to further add to that “wow!” factor. 🙂

{image via design aglow}

This arrangement of nine square photographs just never gets old for me.  🙂  I have it in my home, and I love this take on it using the simple IKEA glass “frames”.  What a beautiful display.  Make sure to ask your photographer for suggestions on what images might look best grouped together based on where you are going to display them. We have lots of ideas! 🙂

{image via Charla Anne Photography}

More amazing inspiration with more {wall art wednesday} right here!

xoxo,

laura

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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