Use black and white. If you are looking for modern and minimal look, consider black-and-white art. Photography is especially impactful in black and white.
Have you ever read something that makes you pause and reflect, and sometimes gives you chills? Earlier this year I read about a program called “Beyond These Bars.” The goal of this program is to provide inmates in solitary confinement … Continue reading
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Make a kid artwork into a book. Snap photos of your child masterpieces and upload them to a site like chatbooks.com where you can organize them all into one book to save, display or share with loved ones.
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Tagged appreciation, art, art collection, art installation, Chatbooks, children, coffee table book, conversation starter, creativity, inspiration, Makeover, Mekhz, parenting, photography
Use mirrors as alternative to traditional artwork. They can also help make a room feel larger.
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Leaning your artwork is less of a commitment than nailing a hole in the wall and allows for more flexibility (and mind changing) Cluster an assortment of sizes and swap out the prints as the season or your mood changes … Continue reading