Decorating with picture frames

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You can give any room a facelift or a shot personality with just a few changes. Nothing draws attention like a wall of well-framed and well-arranged family photos; this is also your way of showing off your interests or your last holiday. Start by choosing your best photos and finding the perfect spot to display them; avoid walls that get direct sunlight, which will cause images to fade. If that’s not possible, replace the glass in your frames with a sheet of protective UV-filtered acrylic, available at frame shops. Be sure you also have the right tools on hand — a level, measuring tape, hammer, sharp pencil, and a set of picture-hanging hooks, which are designed to do less damage to your walls than regular nails.

Bedroom-Design-Guide may be use anywhere

Some pictures can be converted to black and white which make them look more professional and also adds more character, this can be done using the options available on your PC/camera.  If your PC/camera does not have the options you can also take your negatives or you digitals to your nearest photo shop to do this its relatively cheap.

You can arrange them in any way you choose; there is no formula to this and in a few minutes you will have your new focal area be it in the bathroom, bedroom or dining room or any room you choose. This is an inexpensive way of achieving a classic expensive look for any room in the house.

Please avoid overdoing it as this may shock the eyes and not appeal or create the attention and classic look you are aiming for.

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Posted on November 29, 2011, in Interior decorating on a budget. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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