3 Ways to Use an Invisible Grid for Your Photo Displays
Creating artistic photo displays on your living or bedroom wall is one of the best ways to fill the blank space of an empty wall. But everything from the number of photos you have, the range of sizes, and even the color content in the photos have a part to play in your final design. Here's how a hanging photo display system can help:
1. Always have the right space and margins.
The most arduous part of creating a photo display is getting the margins just right. A slightly wrong angle or a frame a centimeter too wide can start to consume a whole wall until you notice only the flaw. So back the display with an adjustable grid system. It acts like a matrix that holds photos perfectly in place even as you make last-minute adjustments. It can form the base for asymmetrical displays, photos with different dimensions, and more. The grid helps ensure the space between frames is consistent.
2. You can make changes more often.
Photo displays are relatively permanent fixtures when you use traditional nails or sticky tabs. But if you're collecting new photographs all the time or you want to create seasonal displays that accent different colors, the time cost of repairing the wall and measuring out a new display can be too high. But an adjustable display system only needs to be installed once. Then you can replace the photos without having to use any tools, even a measuring tape.
3. The wall stays protected.
Using nails, tabs, and hooks isn't just time-consuming. It can leave holes or residue on your walls. But if you install a frame system as a semi-permanent fixture, your photos can be hung, adjusted, and replaced without making any new holes.
Photo displays should be fun, not extra work. Go to Systematic Art to get the hardware you need.