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I’m constantly in awe of a home with a creative photo display. I’ll admit that my home’s displays are pretty uninspired — I’ve always hung my photos in the polite, conservative way that I think many people hang them — in a small configuration on a giant wall with way too much dead space.
That’s why I’m looking for new ways to display my favorite memories, like this photo booth display. It’s actually from a movie set — “The Joneses,” starring Demi Moore and David Duchovny. What a great, alternative way to hang a family portrait. It shows the family in action, rather than in a static position.
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The above display shows yet another option for hanging group photos — look closely to see that many of them are family heirloom photos, probably of grandparents’ class photos or their old fraternity days. The horizontal grouping gives it a modern feel, proving that old can indeed feel new.
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This is another fun way to show vintage photos — adding them to a mason jar makes a nice touch, especially for a wedding party!
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And these clothesline photos are a fun way to display magazine clippings for a future project, day-to-day inspiration or fun photos from a party. In the digital age of photography, it’s nice to hang hard copies from time to time.
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And for the special occasion, there’s no better reason than to order a special photo, like this custom-made print on a wood block. Unforgettable. That’s how our photos should feel.