wall art wednesday :: uncover the magic :: scottsdale photographer






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“In memory’s telephoto lens, far objects are magnified.”  ~John Updike

Welcome to Wall Art Wednesday, friend! Lots more right here! 😉

The sweet Shawna of styleberry photo (a completely FUN blog!) designed and created this rockin’ wall display for her playroom. I fell in love the instant I saw it.  A chalkboard wall below and shelving for lots of cherished images up top create a beautiful and practical display! Shawna, having built the shelves herself for about $20, says “their is no excuse for why photogs (or anyone!) can’t have a gallery wall on a budget”.  Fab-U-LOUS! Don’t you agree? Read more about this wall display and how Shawna made it in her blog post here. 🙂

{images courtesy styleberry photo}

Sometimes you have a space that just needs the simplicity of a single image.  The fabulous aqua dresser is the perfect piece of furniture to showcase this beautiful canvas.  Don’t always feel like you have to have a grouping of images (although they look amazing!)–if you have a smaller space but still want to go big, sometimes one is the key!

{image via shannon hunt photography}

For the vintage lover in you, this old window, accented with fabric and bunting, would be a perfect canvas to tuck in photographs and mementos.

{image via the boo and the boy}

Simple, clean, monochromatic–beautiful!  Don’t forget to add in subtle pops of color, as they have done here with the green bottles.

{image via google}

These frames?! I adore!! Fabulosity, I tell you! I am on the HUNT! Let me know if you know where to get ’em! 😉

{image via knight moves blog}

LOVE the two square standouts above the chair…and oh.my.awesomeness. That frame that is around the TV? Pure perfection! 🙂

{image via brooklyn limestone}

Lots more Wall Art goodness right here!



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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