4. Hanging On Strings In A Frame
If simply hanging your photos from a string on the wall seems too “unfinished” for you, try suspending the string from a frame, then clip the photos to the string. This creates more of a traditional look that might appeal more to you, but it’s still an interesting way to hang photos. Even though it uses a frame, it’s still not the typical photo in a frame.
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5. Washi Tape
My husband makes fun of me sometimes because I hang a lot of different things in our home using washi tape. I hang photos with it, printables, and I even create decals on my walls using the tape. You can create fake frames around the picture with it, or simply take a few pieces and put them at the top and the bottom. Either way, it’ll look great and only take a few seconds to hang up some of your favorite photos.
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If you feel like you still need some sort of “frame” or background for your photos, try putting them on clipboards. This will make it look like your photos have a frame or background so they’re more grounded on your wall. Plus, you can easily change the photos out, so you can switch up the look often.
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