Do you have a photo gallery in your home displaying favorite family photos?
While we all love a well designed photo gallery, I ask you to consider some less conventional options for displaying family photos. Regular sized photography can get lost on a wall unless it is grouped with multiples, but when super sized it suddenly becomes star quality art and can stand alone or with a few pieces.
Not sure what to say about this art in the breakfast room of designer Karen Walker and her husband creative director, Mikhail Gherman, but no one would argue that it is interesting. I tried to find the artist’s name, but had no luck. Anyone know? Please tell me if you do, so I may properly credit. This picture came from The Shelby but no credit listed.
Companies like I Heart Faces can take your photographs and create digital images for display. The options are endless. Look on line for the type art you want to create and you will find lots of options.
A gallery wall can become interesting when created with enlarged vintage photographs. The same could be done with family photos. The key to making this look is to make all the photos black and white to create unity. The awesome trio of lighting elevates this gallery wall into an art installation statement.
“The Design Connector” connecting you to the people, places, and products you need to know in the Interior Design World. Written by Lisa Mende, who is an Interior Designer, Tastemaker and Brand Collaborator located in Charlotte, North Carolina.