I think it’s so important to display your beautiful images around your home in the best possible way. Even as a photographer, sometimes I struggle to visualise how an image will look, in a certain size on a certain wall in your house, so I thought we could use some help!
I have been working on these new wall display inspiration guides. I can upload your favourite images to them so that we can get a much better idea of how the final product will look in your home. I have got one for most rooms in the house and can even change the colour of the decor to match yours. How cool is that?!
It seems a shame to pay hundreds of ££’s hiring a lifestyle photographer to capture your family, to then just order loose prints that might be put in frames at the back of the mantelpiece, or even worse, sit in a drawer for months waiting to be framed! You should have your photos up big and proud for everyone to see!
I don’t give my clients the hard sell, and I would never try to sell them something they didn’t want. So when a client orders a small 10×8″ bespoke wall frame, these guides will help me to show how that will look once up on the wall, without me seeming like I’m just trying to sell a bigger size!
Often my clients think they don’t want their photos too big and up on the walls for everyone to see, as they are thinking of the old style studio portraits. But I’m hoping with these fab inspiration guides they will see how stylish their images will look on their walls as bespoke frames or canvas wraps.
Love how the lavender fields work with this Mediterranean style kitchen.
I wish I could say that our bedroom was as tidy and zen-like as this one!
Here is a very different take on the typical black & white detail shots you might find in a baby’s nursery. Certainly gets your attention!
I hope you all love these wall display guides as much as I do, and I look forward to inspiring my clients to go big and proud with their images!
I would love to hear your favourites! Don’t be shy, please leave a comment below!