Make A Statement- Buying Large Prints

When you consider what size prints to order, I always suggest for you to go bigger.  Bigger prints make a statement, they get noticed, they are beautiful pieces of art on your walls.  I can’t think of a more perfect piece of art for your wall than your little baby or family pictures.  I used to think 8×10’s were considered big.  Oh how my opinion has changed!   8×10’s are considered desk prints and should only be hung on walls when they are grouped with other images.

Here are three 8×10 prints grouped together (framed as an 11×14) above Kinley’s bed. I wanted to go bigger, but since the back of her bed is so high, it didn’t work out.

Here is another group of images in my studio.  Kinley’s newborn, 3 month, 6 month, and 9 month photos.  I LOVE it!  These prints are 16×16, and the frames are 20×20.  They are the perfect size to fill up the space and make a statement.

It’s my goal to have my images displayed on your walls as a piece of art.  The way to do this is…. go big!  Look at the space you have on your wall, measure it and then see what size prints you need to fill it up! I would love to help you with this.  Just ask!

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