Decorative Wall Grille Covers – If you like classic style decorating then look at hanging a number of your collections around the wall. Walls make a great “service” not only for pictures but three-dimensional objects as well. Hanging pictures and graphics is catchy, but as soon as you let yourself experimentation you may have a ball producing exciting displays. Unless an item is large or a painting is notable, one small picture hung by itself looks lonely. Pairs and groupings work better. Lately I hung four identically framed black and white pencil and inks in a row one of my kitchen walls. Mounting them at a lineup gave the room a more modern appearance. You can also stack pictures two on the top and two at the bottom or other combinations of numbers.
When things share some thing in common they form a pleasant outfit. 1 collector showed me she grouped dozens of classic wedding photos of couples together. Because all the photos had a theme to them, they formed an intriguing collection. The brown tone of all these antique photos served to organize the collection providing a harmonious visual demonstration. Another avid collector of 1950’s ” Paint By Number” photos coated his counseling office wall along with his assortment of these funky colorful framed retro art bits.
Many whimsical collectibles are found at flea markets and make for interesting “art” when displayed in classes. Consider hanging classic pocketbooks, bud covers, mirrors, toy shovels, keys, tin ceiling tiles etc.. A massive collection of small flea market paintings with various frames may also work well if the general appearance is a wall full of similar sized eyeglasses. In this creation, you’re spacing pictures equally apart but organizing them together as you would a jigsaw puzzle.
This sort of mounting works well on the walls bordering staircases. Three-dimensional objects can be enclosed in a deep plexiglass shadow box frame and mounted onto the wall. Old seats, boxes, miniature dressers may also be used as “shelves” and hung on walls to display images and other interesting finds. You do not need to adhere to a “fashion” or layout period. It’s always exciting to mix up the appearance. Add classic to urban or modern chic to antique.
Older objects and pictures warm-up chambers, while more modern accessories supply a clean crisp look. Insert the sudden to your walls and sit back an enjoy your layout work. The very best aspect of wall decor is that it may be changed so easily whenever you’re ready for a new idea.