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It goes without saying that pictures put into frames are charming. What better way to enhance the design of your interior design than with such a small, yet elegant addition? Properly chosen, it can give it will not only reflect your taste, passion or a hobby but also enrich the look of your wall. It will make the interior feel really ... yours. If you live in a lodging, perhaps the owner does not wish to have posters or paintings hung on a wall. Framed pictures, however, will work perfectly fine as a decoration when placed on the dresser and only lean against the wall. They are loved both by the youth and the elderly. Everything depends on the colour, the frame and content, which is the picture. By composing a picture in a frame, you can choose everything in a similar tone – the picture, the frame or the passe-partout. You can also check how the colours present themselves together in a defined, contrasting combination. When deciding what type of wall decoration to choose, we often follow the practical side.
Framed inscriptions, as a form of wall decoration
Properly graphically varied inscriptions can also be a great and modern looking wall decoration. In fact, they are increasingly popular, both for flats, as well as for beauty salons, hotels, apartments or offices. They can often be seen in interiors where creativity is welcome - for example, in marketing sections. What will such decoration give you? First and foremost, the opportunity to convey the values that are important in your place, such as "stop procrastinating," which means encouraging you to take action now instead of postponing it to "eternal later". This type of solution can often be found in cafes or confectioneries, where you can find inscriptions such us "but first - coffee" – which, given appropriate graphic arrangement, encourage you to drink some delicious coffee. Such combination of text and graphic works well in small spaces where too intense, rich in colours and large-format decorations would overwhelm the space, instead of emphasising its character.