Picture frames are an essential part of any home, but they can often be overlooked. This is a shame because picture frames aren't just for displaying pictures (there are some great examples of gallery wall frames). They're also a wonderful way to add texture and colour to your walls, as well as making a room feel more settled and complete. So here are four great tips on how you can mix and match different styles of picture frames to create the perfect look for your interior:
When it comes to mixing and matching picture frames, the most important thing you can do is make sure they’re all the same size. This will give your display a balanced look and help it flow seamlessly from one image to another.
If you have a mix of sizes, as in this living room example, then you should make sure that your largest frame is at the bottom of your arrangement and your smallest frame is at the top. Otherwise, having all different sizes could be distracting rather than complementary.
Balance is a key component of design. A balanced arrangement can help create a sense of harmony, visual interest and symmetry. Balance can be achieved by using a variety of frame sizes and shapes. Balance can also be achieved by using a variety of frame colours or materials, or both.
The perfect frame bundle is the perfect complement to be the centrepiece of your interior.
You can mix and match different frames and styles, as well as colours and sizes, to create a unique look for every room in your home.
If you’re unsure of the best ways to mix and match colours, remember that you don’t have to be an expert. The whole point of having a frame bundle is that it looks great with any colour scheme. As long as your frames are similar in size and colour tone, then you can go ahead with your choice without worrying about whether or not it will work!