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Poll on Overlapping Clustered Art Arrangement

Do You Overlap Frames?

I spotted this dining room photo on Houzz and immediately loved the clustered grouping of the photos. On second look, I realized that several of the frames actually overlapped, creating a three-dimensional effect. Truthfully, I'm torn. I can't decide whether the overlapping in this instance takes away from or enhances the look. I haven't tried this at my home, but I may have to experiment a little to see if I like it on my own wall.

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ladez ladez 6 years
I like the overlapping. It adds something more than just pictures in frames. But are the overlapped frames connected to the ones underneath? If not, I'd be afraid for them to fall randomly.
AMPhillips79 AMPhillips79 6 years
I don't know about the overlapping frames, but that chandelier to TDF. Do you know who makes it or have more of it in another photo of this room?
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