Ever look around your home and all you see are picture frames on the walls? Whether its for hanging art, posters, or personal pictures, putting them all in frames over and over again can get a little old, repetitive, and boring. There are so many fun and creative ways to hang photos nowadays without using frames. I have used many of these in my home over the past few years, because one, I get sick of buying frames, and two, I get sick of hanging frames up and making sure they’re level and all that. If you feel the same way, try one (or more) of these 10 creative and fun ways to hang photos in your home without putting them in a frame.
1. Pant Hangers
One of my favorite ways to hang photos that I discovered about a year ago is to put them in pant hangers, then hang the hanger on the wall. It’s a totally unexpected decor piece that will look great and innovative in your home. I especially love the look of this with some vintage photographs. For some reason, they just go together so well.
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2. String and Clothes Pins
A fun way to make a large art display in your home is to hang up some string on a wall, then place some photos on them with some clothes pins. I have been doing this for a while in my home, and I love it because it creates a fun place where people can look at multiple photos at once. Also, it’s really easy to change the photos out since all you have to do is unclip them, then clip some new ones on. It creates a place for you to constantly change the look on your wall.
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3. Geometric Photo Display
I absolutely love this photo display. I’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s so creative and interesting to look at. All you need are some nails, string, and some clips to hang the photos with. It may take some more thought and effort as opposed to just throwing the string up on the wall, but the result sure is worth it!
The Caldwell Project is another great website where you can find lots of great DIY projects for all the rooms in your home.