I LOVE a wall montage and a few years ago created one in our master bedroom, using black and white photos of our family and different size and textured frames. I think it looks amazing and now that my daughters, nephews and nieces have grown up and my beautiful little Evalyn doesn’t even feature, I’ve been meaning to update it.
When my sister also recently created a photo montage in her home just last week (which looks amazing), it really gave me the kick I needed to start thinking about what images I want to include in our updated version.
When researching my photos and what frames I’d like to use, I got to thinking about whether to create a wall art montage in the lounge of our new house (if we ever move; but that’s a whole other story) and I came across some beautiful prints from a company called Minted.
This company is fab and I can’t believe I’ve not heard of them before! Not only do they have an amazing Art Marketplace but they also sell art and photo gifts as well as unique fabrics and beautiful stationery items for all occasions. You really should check out their site; I think my girls are going to have the best curtains in our street. Correction, our town!
With an unlimited budget and not actually knowing any wall dimensions of our new house yet, I’ve put together a collection of my favourties.
I love abstract images, especially in black, white and greys and I also really love turquoise blues and pinks, so this selection is right up my street.
The art I chose, from left to right and top to bottom is Abstract Triangles, Affiliation, Flock and Feather, Ever Hopeful, Calculation, Kaleidoscope No 1, Eccentric Leaves and Looking Good. The prints can be bought with or without frames; with a great selection to choose from and also in a great variety of sizes, which is perfect for creating a unique wall art montage as big or small as you’d like.
What I especially love about montages is that you can use two or three photos or pieces of art or lots, depending on the size of your wall space. I’m really liking stairs wall art montages at the moment too. Some of them are amazing and if we ever have a large stair case, I’ll be sure to consider trying it.
Have you ever wanted to put together a wall art montage? I’ve always montaged with photos, so art would be a really different slant on this great way to accessorise your interior walls. I love it and can’t wait til pay day and I can purchase a couple of these gorgeous pieces!