Learn how to make this minimalist wall hanging for the stylish grad to display in their new dorm or apartment. Select photos of their closest friends, family and/or favorite pet for a personalized touch they will cherish forever.
Casting a spotlight on vintage beach photos, globe pendant lights fashioned from hand-worked wrought iron lend drama and an unexpected design element to the foyer of HGTV Smart Home 2013. The beachy blue walls introduce the home's sea-inspired color palette.
Designer Susan Brunstrum enlarged and framed important family photographs and hung them on a wall in her client's home. She hung a full length mirror on the opposite wall and placed two cowhide stools between the photos and the mirror to complete the look.
As seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover this stairwell is an attractive and inviting space animated with bold colors.This red paneled stairway wall hung with artwork and photos and black painted staircase brings visual interest to an overlooked space.
A collection of plane-oriented vintage black-and-white photos hang above the changing table, making a fun display for grown-ups and kids. Broad and narrow painted stripes in blue and yellow race around the room's walls.
This loft-style kitchen has a retro vibe without feeling dated. Designers Cortney and Bob Novogratz updated the space with contemporary cabinets and stainless steel accents including a two-tiered island that brings purpose and functionality.
Designer Meg Caswell recycles a wood pallet as a unique photo display hanging over the tan sofa. The light blue walls and matching patterned pillows, along with the unique coffee table create a contemporary meets traditional style.
A gorgeous mirror tiled dresser with a silver frame is a statement piece against the neutral walls in this foyer. A starburst mirror complements the dresser. The steps are topped with a gray carpet runner. Photo canvases decorate the staircase wall above the white wainscoting.
To fill a big blank wall, take your favorite vacation photo and upload it to one of the many sites that now print large format photographs. You can create an impactful, personal work of art that's inexpensive, says Atlanta interior designer and home decor store owner Steve McKenzie. He created this room as part of the makeovers given to families by Dwell with Dignity Atlanta, a nonprofit organization.