Summer has been rich with exciting trips and fun holidays.
If you managed to capture bright moments in photos, it’s time to create original decorative compositions from them, which will decorate your home and prolong the feeling of summer.
Summer is over, but nothing in nature disappears without a trace.
Take a look into your camera.
It probably has a lot of accumulated photos, which capture all the brightest moments of the past three months.
By printing your favorite pictures and turning them into original decorative compositions you can again and again feel the bright and joyful emotions of summer.
We suggest you get creative with your photos and use one (or more) of the ideas we’ve gathered especially for you.
Photos on clothespins.
This way of decorating photos is original, simple, and costs practically nothing.
All you need is a clothesline (or any other string, ribbon, or strip) and clothespins to hang up your printed pictures.
To give the composition a bit of sophistication, the threads can be strung inside the picture frames.
Lacking a little sparkle? Try replacing the rope with Christmas lights, and your collage will look extremely effective in both lit and dark rooms.
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If you like original eclectic interiors, you can kill two birds with one stone by using an ordinary bicycle wheel as a decorative accessory and photo frame at the same time.
You may paint the wheel to harmonize with the interior.
Attach photos to the spokes with the same clothespins or binders.
Photos in the window.
Photos that are framed with window or door frames instead of the usual frames look extremely stylish and unconventional.
To make the composition look really vintage, it is recommended to use black and white photos.
But even if you prefer color photos, consider this option as well.
After all, the frame can always be covered with paint.
Putting photos in bottles or clear glasses, you will create a unique decorative composition, which will become a real decoration of the mantelpiece or coffee table.
In the same containers you can simultaneously put dried flowers or twigs.
The most original collage is the one that consists not of different photos, but of one photo divided into parts.
By playing up the size and relative positioning of the fragments, eliminating or rearranging a few of them, you’ll turn an ordinary photo into an exclusive art object.
You can split the image into segments yourself using special computer programs.
You can also turn to specialists who will take care of both composition and printing.
To decorate your interior with photos, you don’t have to punch holes in the walls or make shelves and coffee tables.
Modern manufacturers offer the opportunity to order exclusive photo wallpaper, consisting of your personal photos.
You can decorate the wall with a large family portrait or opt for a collage-type option.