A lot of thought and preparation goes into each and every session I shoot at Brenda Horan Photography. When it comes to displaying your images, I can help you come up with something that will look great with your home decor.
For a bedroom, I like three 16×20 images side by side for a nice balanced look.
For a Chasie Lounge with a clean modern feel, I love the look of a clean ledge with a simple piece of art (in this case I show a curvy vase in a great color) next to a 20×30 canvas.
Above the baby’s changing table, how sweet is it to have a grouping of newborn images to remind you of how small they once were.
Above a dresser, we love another grouping. We always tell our customers to keep the colors of the room in mind when selecting their color pallet for outfits – this works beautifully together.
Or you could choose to collage photos from different sessions during the year of BabyCAKES sessions and frame them similarly to keep it cohesive.
Using the colors in your room/furintiure to keep it all cohesive is important. You wouldn’t want a neon orange outfit on a little girl and hang that in a room with burgundy walls and formal furniture. Take everything you love into consideration. I happen to love the color aqua – so I borrowed this classic car as a prop for my own wedding photos and I wore a aqua necklace (my something blue). It works well in my house and in this display.
Stairs are typically the place where you have a lot of wall space, but don’t quite know what to do with it. A black and white image collection works beautifully here because we don’t always have coordinating colors and want to display our very favorite images of our kids from year to year. Keeping the line of images moving upward really is appealing visually.
If you need help selecting your wardrobe for a session, I send you my What2Wear guide. This helps you to pull together cohesive looks without matching.
If you have any questions, or would like to book a family session, please contact me at www.BrendaHoran.com.