50+ Ways to Display Art Prints and Photos
As we’re wrapping up this Deck The Walls week, you might be asking yourself, “So now what should I do with all these amazing free printables?” Fellow freebie lovers — I have heard your question and I am here to help! We have more than 50 ways for you to frame and display art prints and photos, ideas large and small. You’re welcome. Just send us a picture of what you’re doing to deck YOUR walls! 🙂 (You might also check out some of these ways to decorate with oversized engineer prints, in case you need even more options 🙂
Creative Ways to Display Art Prints and Photos
Use a collection of hangers (By Fryd)
Build a wood clipboard style display — beautiful alone or in a set! (Love Grows Wild)
DIY an acrylic frame (The Hunted Interior)
and make it even easier by using hardware store pieces instead of special order (Ciburbanity)
Acrylic frame + wire mesh is a little industrial… plus it gets the gears turning to think about what else you could mount an acrylic frame on! (My Design Dump)
A wood pants hanger is a nice combination of texture, vintage, and easy! (via Design Sponge)
Why frame it at all? Use these faux frames from Brit.co — washi tape, paper, and more!
It’s fairly simple to mount a photo or printable on a canvas or foam core — then tuck it into a chic floating frame! Tutorial here.
For an easily changed floating frame — just put two strands of wire in an open frame, add clips, and voila! (Art Bar Blog)
Clipboards are a small investment for high impact wall decor. (Craft O Maniac)
This industrial pipe frame display by Kruse’s Workshop is so versatile!
About $3 and a few cuts will make you the proud owner of one of these DIY rustic frames — and see how Corey mounted the art on the cheap, too! Tutorial here.
Easy? 4 clips on the wall, one for each corner. Great for an engineer print or poster. (Junkaholique)
Make a chandelier-style photo display — how perfect would this be for holiday cards?? (Natalme)
Add a string of twine to the top of a message board for a cute and easy small art/photo display. (via Design Sponge)
If your prints are a little smaller than your frame (or clipboard, in this case), add some cute baker’s twine! (Delineate Your Dwelling)
See more ideas on the next page –>
In this post:
page 1: 16 ways to display photos and printables
page 2: 16 more ways to display art prints and photos
page 3: 16 MORE ways to show off photos, art, and stuff
SO nice to see these all, Pretty well organized!