Wednesday, March 10, 2010

The Perfect Photo Wall Collage

Good day everyone! Yes I'm back.  It's been a hectic week or so, dismantling all of the rooms in my home and then reconstructing their decor piece by piece since my house painters have now finished.  I will post some photos for you to see very soon, once all of the final decor is together (because you didn't think I'd get the house painted and then NOT do new drapery panels and other adjustments and additions once I had  the opportunity, did you?).

In the meantime, this project made me realize how important the photo collections are that take up residence on many of my various walls throughout the house.  My husband and I love to travel, and we love to have some framed photos around the house to remind us of some of the particularly special moments in our history together from those travels.   Also, we have a tradition of renewing our wedding vows to one another each and every single year on our anniversary, so the collection of photos from our various "re-weddings" is becoming a rather large collection by itself now that we are moving into our 10th anniversary this fall.

I know many people love to display photos of their travels, their families, or even just artistic images that you've cleverly photographed yourself such as a beautiful Hawaiian orchid in bloom or memorable sunset. This company, The Picture Wall Company, has made the concept of a picture wall collage into a very simple do-it-yourself project.

The Picture Wall Company provides the wall frames and hanging templates that are virtually dummy-proof.  They've assembled the perfect layout for the frames you are purchasing and even have templates available for hanging a collage along an angled staircase wall.

Take a look and imagine which blank wall in your home could use some personalization - or even an artsy still-life collection - and the rest will fall into place.
http://www.thepicturewallcompany.com/?gclid=CLjl_Y-xrqACFRMNDQodBRp_aQ

1 comment:

Leave-Room-for-Dessert said...

The new colour looks great, and I wish I'd known about that company when I put 150 holes in my wall trying to do a collage of my own. I'll know for next time!