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  • Kelly Mixson

    wall art wednesday :: stare and reminisce (scottsdale photographer) » Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Gilbert Maternity, Newborn, Child, Family and Senior Photographer |Laura Winslow Photography {phoenix's modern photographer}

  • janette mefford

    photo walls Small Wall, Big Impact

  • Kristen Franklin

    Small Wall, Big Impact... I love the big black and white pics with one little color one in front!

  • Jenny Damas

    Small Wall, Big Impact - like the wall color too!

  • Mary Johanson

    small space framed photo display

  • Kerri Redding

    There's MANY great ideas for wall displays in this link.

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A wall display from the home of Laura Winslow, using MpixPro Print Wraps

picture shelving for the study/spare room. good use for all the vogues, russh and yen I have laying around.

Cute! "I love this idea... in fact...I thought of it myself three weeks ago when I had too many pictures to hand all of my family in my tiny apartment. I have a strip of wall that is 12" wide between two doors that is just between the living-room and kitchen.. I already have 3 frames and 8x10's, and am buying them every other week until i have all 6 of them up there!"

I love photo walls! Bedroom decoration inspiration. Chalk board photo wall, and knick knacks

I wish I owned a poloroid just to take pics of people who came to our apartment and hang them in a certian place...could be cool

Photo wall collage. Black and white behind bed surrounding window frame?

A great reference for when you are putting up photos on your wall. Definitely take a look at this so you can plan which framed picture will go where.

Mount pictures in black and white as art for one wall. Or you can have each thin frame a different color with the white backing and b/w photo.

I saw Genevieve do a mirror display on hgtv today, and here is another one. I think the universe is trying to tell me something.

@Laurie Dyer - There's a b photo at the thrift store that I can't get out of my head. It's of a native woman and her daughter (Guatemalan?). The woman is looking away and the girl is facing the camera. It's gorgeous but it doesn't mean anything to me except that I like it. Do I bring it into my house or pass? What if I look it up and find out their story?