* Creative ways to feature your favorite photos and art
* Options for walls, desks, even the floor
* Gives room a personal touch (and makes nice upgrade from generic frames)
Photos, cards, your kid’s art… it can all often wind up in a box from lack of display options. But there’s no fun in precious memories stored out of sight. We’ve rounded up six creative ways to display your wall art and photos. All of them have been created to display multiple pieces, maxing out exposure for favorite photos without maxing out space.
1. LED Photo Clip String Lights
Shine a light on your favorite photos with these clip string lights. Each clothespin-style clip contains a small LED light, bringing a festive feel wherever it’s displayed.
2. Umbra Hangit Clothespin Photo Display
This multi-photo wall display features five rows of line for clipping pictures, art, postcards, or pretty much anything. The result is a charming, collage-style piece that adds visual interest to any room in the house.[caption id="attachment_90991" align="aligncenter" width="655"] Image Courtesy of Amazon[/caption]
3. Umbra Crowd Photo Display
A steel base and 15 metal clips lets you arrange your favorite photos and mementos with infinite choice, while the pull base allows you to expand or contract the size to suit your space needs.[caption id="attachment_90985" align="aligncenter" width="655"] Image Courtesy of Amazon[/caption]
4. Burnes of Boston Ladder Frame
At 5 feet tall, this ladder frame will make a statement in any room. Clip on photos, cards, art or other keepsakes on any of the 7 ladder tiers for an ever-changing rotation of visual inspo.
5. Gallery Perfect 7-Piece Frame Set
Instantly create visually cohesiveness with this 7-piece frame set. Simple black frames allow art and photos to stand out. This set is also an easy way to achieve that “photo collage” or “frame cluster” look without having to pick out and sort through individual frames.
6. IKEA Floating Picture Ledge
Wall-mounted picture ledges are a great solution for rotating different pieces of art and photography, and for displaying multiple works at once. Try it placed above a bed or desk.[caption id="attachment_90987" align="aligncenter" width="655"] Image Courtesy of Amazon[/caption]