If you are thinking about redecorating or reorganising your home in 2020, you might want to pay some attention to your bespoke frames. This reorganisation can really shake things up in your home and give it a new lease of life.
In this post, we’ll take a look at the top reasons to reorganise your bespoke frames and some of the most attractive configurations that you can use to give your home a fresh look.
Why to Reorganise Your Bespoke Picture Frames
The frames in your home gives you the opportunity to share a story with your visitors. You can use those frames to liven up any place in your home and display something that’s important to you, whether that’s a photograph or other piece of art.
Here are some of the main reasons that you might want to reorganise the bespoke picture frames in your home:
Add a breath of fresh air
We all know how it feels to grow a little tired with the decoration in our home. Sometimes things can begin to feel a little stale and without knowing it, this can have an effect on how we look at the world around us.
Reorganising your frames is a great way to give your home a breath of fresh air that excites and inspires you. It’s very interesting how small changes can alter the way that you look at the world.
Try something new
We are all creatures of habit and regularly repeated behaviour doesn’t require much thought at all. This can put us on an unconscious journey through life where we don’t pay attention to the things around us.
Changing things around in your home is a great way to challenge yourself mentally and break free from the routine that all too often starts to drag you down. Changing things around can really help you to feel fresh.
Get more from your frames
Bespoke frames are beautiful pieces of art and if you move them around, you’ll get the most from them. All too often, we leave frames where they are and this causes them to become somewhat invisible.
Moving your frames around and rearranging them in new ways is the perfect way to get the most from your investment.
How to Arrange Your Bespoke Picture Frames
Now that we have a better understanding of why you might want to reorganise your bespoke frames, let’s take a look at some of the best configurations out there. These are some interesting options that can help you to effectively organise multiple bespoke frames:
1. Seven-Piece Wall Centrepiece
This is a very classic way to organise a set of different-sized frames. The shape that this arrangement creates is very pleasing to the eye and it helps to tell a story – the centre image is often at the heart of it and the surrounding frames add support.
There are lots of interesting options that you can use with this type of arrangement. You might decide to include family portraits, for instance, or you could have something more artistic as per the example.
The wide mat board is an attractive touch in the example, too, and it really helps to complement the neat and ordered aesthetic that the arrangement creates.
2. Seven-Piece Stairway Piece
Lots of people decide to liven up their staircases with an arrangement of bespoke picture frames. These options create visual intrigue in an otherwise featureless environment.
In this example, we really like how gently the frames move upwards. It’s a gradual diagonal line that means people can look at the frames while walking up or down the stairs. You could even decide to use this shape to tell a particular story – family portraits over time, for instance.
This example creates a pleasing sense of balance, too, thanks to the symmetry of the arrangement. This can help to add order to your staircase and make it as attractive as possible for yourself and your visitors.
3. Five-Piece Family Portrait
This example would look great on any shelf or mantlepiece. You could choose any subject, of course, but we think that this type of arrangement works very well for family portraits.
You could include a main family portrait in the centre, for instance, and then compliment that with more shots that include nice family moments. You could even include photographs of pets and other people.
If you are worried about the difficulties that come with hanging a complex arrangement, this is also much easier. You can simply use a kickstand to make sure that your frame stays perfectly in place.
If you would like more information about hanging a frame, be sure to read our simple picture frame hanging guide.
4. Five-Piece Artistic Layout
If you would like an asymmetrical arrangement, this can provide you with a lot of inspiration. You can really get creative and find an arrangement that really just clicks and resonates with what your tastes.
We like that there are lots of different frame sizes here – it creates a lot of visual intrigue and it once again helps to tell a story. The interesting arrangement means that your visitors will always be pulled in and impressed.
You can also use these interesting arrangements to suggest relationships between your subjects. You might want to have subjects facing a certain way, for instance, to really create something interesting.
5. Eight-Piece Gallery Layout
This centred arrangement creates a strong sense of balance and it’s a perfect option if you’re looking for a more “gallery” feel. You’ll be able to display your work beautifully here, whether you’re looking to display photographs or some other medium.
If you admire order and symmetry, it’s a great option that will invite your visitors to really look and consider your work in more depth. It’s a striking option that can create a really impressive centrepiece within your home.
Buy Your Bespoke Frames Today
We hope that this piece has been useful for you. If you would like to commission your frames today, be sure to get in touch with us. Please feel free to let us know about your idea and what you’re hoping for – we’ll gladly help you to figure out the specifics and move your project forwards.