Did someone say Vintage Military Panoramic Photos? We all are on the hunt for them! We have been searching flea markets after flea markets, vintage market shows, and even Etsy! I could never find them in multiples or for a decent price; well since I couldn’t find them, I just made them!
Thank goodness for and amazing company and a website; that I was able to custom create these vintage military panoramic photos. The question that I have been getting when I post these photos is, where do you find them? Well, I am so excited to share these with you; because I know they will look beautiful in your home as well! The panoramic photos are from Portraits of War . Once you select the photos that you love you can go to Frame It Easy. Upload your photos, select your sizes and frame, and finally select order. How easy peasy is that, right?
These frames came extremely fast in the mail. Which for me is great because when I have an idea, I want to do it right now! Are you like that? Well, either way, let’s talk how to style such large and different shades of color photos in your home. When getting these vintage photos sometimes; the colors are not what you would normally pair with your light and cozy tones; that is when you create a backdrop or a gallery wall. When I ordered the photos, I did different sizes and lengths. I knew I would love to do a gallery wall with them.
Where do you start with a gallery wall? Since we have a slanting wall; I chose to do the smaller frame at the top and get larger as you go down the wall. Each one of your gallery walls will be different. I will share some of my tips to make it an easier creation for you. When I start a gallery wall, I do stage the wall on the floor first. I mean who wants a ton of unnecessary nails in their wall, right? I choose to balance the wall with; tones of light and dark wood, vintage photos, and the some type of architectural piece.
Gallery walls can be a fun way to take up a large wall; without it looking like you tried to over fill it. Another way that I styled this panoramic photos was just a simple backdrop for my vintage wrought iron bed. These photos are be a fun way to bring a patriotic vibe to your home all year around; plus they are get for styling as well! Shop our home anytime for unique finds! Follow us on Pinterest for more decor inspiration! Thank you for stopping by the blog today, XOXO Jessica