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Midday Muse: The Art of Framing Photos

This might not be the best option for nail-shy apartment dwellers, but I can't help but admire this artfully overdone wall of framed photos. I like how the frames follow the lines of the room and how the cluttered look is offset by the simple black-and-white color scheme. This would be a great way to display old family photos.

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Camarogirl67 Camarogirl67 9 years
LOL wow it's love it or hate it. I love it. I would take away the side tables though.
misslarue misslarue 9 years
Maybe for someone else, but that would drive me nuts.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
This is to cluttered. I love this look on a much smaller scale.
llmeigen llmeigen 9 years
hmmm...too much for me. It kinda makes me dizzy. I like the idea of the pictures being family members though.
mwmsjuly19 mwmsjuly19 9 years
I kinda love it...
LaPerla2 LaPerla2 9 years
so intense. all those eyes staring back and over you...
allisonblue allisonblue 9 years
I love it! I'd love to display old family photos this way.
brenababy brenababy 9 years
Way too many pictures!!!
sarahhoerst sarahhoerst 9 years
I like it-but I agree the only reason that it works is because everything else is clean and simple.
melda melda 9 years
i think its cool but its very busy ,overload i mean
pinkflats pinkflats 9 years
I like it. as lomng as the photos mean something to you why not. plus the photos are the accents of the room and i think the homeowner/designer made the perfect choice of having neutral-colored sheets, walls, floors.
ktacce ktacce 9 years
EW i reallllly don't like it at all. but i'm big on light sunny white spaces without much wall clutter.
ktacce ktacce 9 years
EW i reallllly don't like it at all. but i'm big on light sunny white spaces without much wall clutter.
books-and-shoes books-and-shoes 9 years
I like it!
cupcake_85 cupcake_85 9 years
i LOVE this, it's sooo perfect!
beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
no way! i love this! There aren't too many at all! I love those photos of english homes in castles or similar with really high ceilings and tons of paintings on the walls! so beautiful and cozy!
My-Opinion My-Opinion 9 years
Pretty cool idea!
libs1dlab libs1dlab 9 years
It's a sensory overload for me. I couldn't live in a room with that much on the walls. I like clean and simple lines and the black and white leaves me longing for color.
abby517 abby517 9 years
its too many pics, you can't really enjoy the ones at the top can you? I'd rather see a smaller cluster in the same idea.
torinado torinado 9 years
I love it! its busy yet sophisticated its a great idea!
delia delia 9 years
Ooo, I love this...though this would only work in a very specific space (like the one pictured above). Reminds me of one of my favorite artists, Christian Boltanski.
gruaig_rua gruaig_rua 9 years
Oooh I hate it! There's too many, I'd get confused over which to look at first :? Also having them at the head of the bed makes me feel like they could fall down on me while asleep.
ktownpolarbear ktownpolarbear 9 years
i guess it works for the room, but it's overload for me.
millarci millarci 9 years
In some places it needs more space between the frames. But other than that I love it! :)
tee0206 tee0206 9 years
It kind of works for that particular room, but it's too much for me, personally.
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