A print hanger gives you all the sophistication of a frame plus unique minimalist appeal that can make the space. Just pick a large photo print that you love and slip it into the hanger.
What you’ll need: Branch, string (yarn or hemp rope work great), tape, anchor hook
Add a bit of string and tape to turn that fallen branch you found on your hike into unique decor.
It’s the perfect way to bring in a natural element amongst your other photo display ideas. Find clips with a metallic finish to get a better look and match other decor you might have in your space.
A small easel can be the perfect alternative to a tabletop frame and makes it simple to swap photos. Skip the nail holes for colorful borders by using washi tape to create makeshift frames. We recommend using a ruler to space out your prints to keep your grid clean and consistent.
Not to say you can’t also experiment with angles and spacing a bit to produce a more creative photo display. Just make sure you use poster tape so that you don’t damage your wall or prints. Fencing makes the perfect blank canvas for a unique photo display.
(Pro tip: We used simple fencing from the hardware store to create the display in the photo.) Either way, mixing and matching different print sizes can keep things from becoming too uniform. Don’t throw out that old wooden ladder sitting in the garage — it’s your ticket to a multi-tier photo display. Or, you can choose to punch holes in your prints and tie each photo to the rung. Use a photo block stand to make it happen with minimal effort. It’s subtle, sleek, lets you easily switch out photos, and gives more stability than standing prints up against other items.
This display box lets you stand your photos up on any surface and store additional prints for easy rotation. Keep a stack of your favorite prints inside the back slot and swap the feature photo out as often as you’d like.
Whether it’s a holiday meal or a wedding rehearsal, prints make the perfect table place setting to let your favorite people know exactly where to go. Because a special occasion calls for that little something extra to make guests feel right at home.