Homage to Collage

When you enter someone’s home for the first time what’s the first thing you admire? Photos help us remember the past, preserve memories, foster creativity and inspire connectivity. We all, as human beings, crave understanding and aspire to understand others. One of the most basic ways we do this is by posting photographs that reflect our lives around our households. Posting photos around your home doesn’t have to be a boring task. There are an extraordinary amount of ways that you can display photos in your home while portraying your own spark of creativity. All it takes is a bit of imagination, and the innovative use of mundane objects.

A Door that Leads to Memory Lane

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Have an old door without any purpose? Why not use it to frame your photos while also storing visitors coats and hats? Your guests will be intrigued and impressed by this multipurpose use of an upcycled door.

Time to Reminisce 

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Another inspired way to decorate your house with photos is to frame them around a functioning clock! It’s a great way to switch things up and display twelve unique photos.

Display in a Creative Way

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Constructing Barn Beam shelves are another beautiful way to display memorable photos and/or knick-knacks.

Those are just a sampling of ways to freshen up your house with some unique display styles. Habitat for Humanity ReStores have an abundance of supplies to cultivate your imagination! Stop by your local ReStore and allow yourself to become inspired.

FIND YOUR LOCAL HABITAT RESTORE

These ideas were inspired by DIY & CRAFTS “20 Cleverly Creative Ways to Display Your Cherished Photos” Follow the link below to check out some more inspired DIY Display Techniques!

20 Cleverly Creative Ways to Display Your Cherished Photos

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