Photo by threeyobs
That is so fun!
Planning and committing to arranging a photo wall is a big project. CafeMom threeyobs says, "I've had that wall planned in my head for about two years. I'm so happy that is finally real!"
Shutter Sisters founder and photographer Tracey Clark recently admitted, "My family and I moved into our house over six years ago, and it wasn't until last week that we hung a photo gallery on our family room wall. Six years."
Wow, I'm not feeling so bad about my inability to commit to doing my next photo/art wall. In ten years, I have completed one art wall and one family photo gallery (which I now want to redo). But lately, I've been deeply debating doing a super-simple interchangeable photo wall with cheap IKEA Clips frames or something more spectacular, inspired by artist Lisa Congdon (click to see her art walls) and photographer friend Rachel Saldaña's kitchen wall.
If and when you are do commit to arranging a photo or art wall, follow these simple rules:
Ready now? If it's been six or even two years that you've been thinking about committing to a photo wall project, maybe now's the time to make it happen.
Do you have a photo or art wall in your home? Tell us about it.
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