Displaying photo frames around your home can be quite a daunting task, but it really needn’t be. Again, the best advice is “go with what you like” and don’t be afraid to experiment.
No matter what room you choose to display your photo frames in, grouping them together is always effective. Placing a couple of photo frames together on a table, piano, shelf or chest will create a wonderful display of your photos. The effect is often lost when photos are placed singly around the room.
A great tip to remember is that you should avoid showing the back of the frame. You want the eye to be drawn to the photo and not to the back of the frame. One way to prevent this is to avoid placing photo frames on coffee tables or central areas of the room.
When it comes to the actual positioning of your photos within the grouped display, it is always better to place larger frames at the back and progressively smaller ones in the front. This allows all photos to be easily visible at first glance. Bay Tree has a wonderful range of photo frames that are perfectly suited for mixing and matching and easy grouping. Most are available in a range of sizes which will give great variety to your displays.