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After a couple of busy weekends, arranging a house warming and being reunited with our Scotty dog Daisy, I’m back online and have some exciting interiors to share.

One of my current interiors projects in our Melbourne home is to create a photo wall. So I have begun building a collection of beautiful frames to display family photos and things that remind me of home. I’ve always wanted a photo wall, but never been quite sure where to start. It can be hard to get the proportion of different sizes and colours right, without looking too planned, so I’m taking more of an ad hoc approach and adding frames as I find them.

This is what it looks like so far, although it is very much work in progress.

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In order to gain some ideas to inspire me, I’ve been researching photo walls and interesting ways of displaying photos and here’s what I’ve found …

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Source: wedding girl, modernjanedesign, craftionary, this next, shelter ness, functional space, apartment therapy, this home sweet home, dkshopgirl, laurawinslowphotography, fourteenfeetceilings, titbitsandtwine, tocofi, hookedonhouses, casasugar

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