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Best Framed Photography Art Compositions on the Wall Decoration

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Photo by Travis Isaacs


by Nadia Koran

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Sometimes we want to remember some of our memories and I think it would not be so wrong to call a photo at these moments. Our photos tell us many things. Of course not only to us, but also to our family, our friends, or our guests.

We keep our photos in albums. There are hundreds and sometimes thousands of photos on these albums. But sometimes we choose one of these photos and we want to see it continuously. If we want to see it whenever we want, we need to frame it.

If the walls of our house are empty, this means there is a lot of space for new memories. The families want to display their photos on their walls, they do this not for decoration purposes, but to remember their memories.

As we have more frames, we use them to make compositions on our walls. We can group our photos in the way we want. Then we hang on the wall of the hall, in our kitchen or on the side of the wall next to the stairs. As a result, wherever they are, these photographs tell us about our past.

We have gathered some frame combinations for you to inspire.

David Michael Miller Associates

RL Interior Architecture

Black and Spiro

Orlando Custom Builder

Best Framed Photography Art Compositions on the Wall Decoration


Robert Brown Interior Design

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