Whether you choose, kids artwork, black and white photography, coloured prints or family pics - choosing to frame the same genre is safe or for a more eclectic mix there should still be a common theme or colour scheme. You can also be more daring and try different coloured and styles of frames or for a more uniform look stick with frames the same colour and size.
Here's some framed collages which show some winning combinations!
|I really like these prints which have a large white matt to contrast with the black frames houzz|
|I love the mix of items that have been framed in this living room it's more like an art gallery! image http://marthamoments.blogspot.com.au/2010/07/guest-blogger-david-jimenez-living-with.html|
|These colourful prints are simple and add a fun feel to this kids space image unknown|
|I love this breakfast nook, the prints are really interesting and with the zebra print chairs it's really quite zany! image mix and chic|
|Using all the same style and colour of frame in varying sizes has created an interesting focal point in this room image cococozy|
|I love this combination of black and white prints in black or white frames with the soft subtle weatherboards behind image Content in a Cottage|
This is a pretty combination of patterns and white frames image indulgy
|A stairway is the perfect spot for a wall collage and this one is filled with prints with frames in the same tones image sawdustandpaperscraps|
An easy way to plan your framed wall collage is to cut out paper the size of all your frames and stick these on your walls temporarily to get the arrangement how you'd like it without the headache of holes in the walls in the wrong places!
|Plan your wall collage image thoughtfullysimple|