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15 Cool Ways to Display Photography and Family Photos

15 Cool Ways to Display Photography and Family Photos

We all have a stack of family photos hidden away somewhere, or tucked inside an album or two. Perhaps you have a pile of photography prints, in plain sight, still waiting to be hung on the walls. I know I am guilty of this one. Maybe, like me though, you just haven't figured out the best way to display those piled up photos yet. Let's face it, the fridge just isn't what it used to be. So, it's time to give those photos the proper home they deserve, with this Curbly original roundup: 15 cool ways to display photography and family photos in your home.   

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7. Washi Tape Picture Frames for Displaying Photos

8. Clipboard Photos

9. DIY Instax Wallpaper 

10. Clipboard Photo Wall

11. Instax Photo Heart Wall

12. Make an Instagram Wall

13. Easy Wire-Strung Photo Wall

14. Alternative to a Traditional Frame

15. Grid Photo Wall as a Headboard

Do you have a favorite way you like to display your photos? Share it in the comments below.

[Images 1, 6, and 11 found via Meg Ruth] Meg's Pinterest board, Display Thursday, has quite a few cool artwork/photo display ideas.

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Tonya on Feb 02, 2014:

I have an Alcove that is approximately 4' x 5' (tall) and I have family photos of various sizes that I would like to creative display without using photo frams  Please help.  Feel free to respond to my email at thewired1@yahoo.com.  Look forward to your ideas


Anonymous on May 06, 2013:

Pam. I saw that one too and plan to try it. Just have to get a photo printed in black and white.


Pam GB on May 06, 2013:

I saw one the other day where you submerge a photo into a mason jar full of cooking oil.  It magnifies the photo..and gives it a sepia tone.  They also put lavender sprigs behind the photo before screwing the lid on.  They said it lasts forever..


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