Being in a rental space means I am limited to the amount of decorating I can do. I don't even have permission to paint this time around. The goal is to personalize, yet put as few holes in the wall as possible (I'm talking about hanging pictures, not partying). I've been in this rental house for two years and have struggled with what to put on the blank kitchen wall. I played around on Posterjack.ca one evening and tried to create a personalized art piece to change the focal point in my boring Kitchen. I flipped through the art gallery and chose some favourite images as back up in case none of my own photos were high enough quality for printing.
Posterjack has 5 photo art tips to make the most of the small space:After studying the different types of products available, I decided there was a photo from my recent vacation that I wanted to use to make a Photo Board. The process was easy and Posterjack.ca prompted me through the steps in no time at all.
1. Make it feel bigger with reflections - Metal Prints and Lacquer Frames catch and reflect light which can make a space feel bigger.
2. Make a statement - on oversized Poster makes a statement and also creates a focal point, tricking the eye into thinking the room is bigger than it is.
3. Create continuity - use a collection of Canvas Prints that have the same soft colours and are the same size for a natural flow throughout the room.
4. Add personality without the paint - create a great accent wall without the paint or damage with Peel & Sticks and Photo Boards.
5. Inspiration boards - create a collage of all the people, places and things that inspire you – perfect for above a desk or workspace.
Decorating with photo art from Posterjack is as easy as 1,2,3:
Upload a photo, Select your print and size, Sit back as Posterjack delivers right to your door.
I love the fact that I can use my own photos for free or choose an image from the very large photo gallery for a small fee. I love the helpful hints, for example if my image was low resolution, the photo editor would tell me in their Image Quality Check rating. There are also helpful hints for finishing touches like frames and mounting hardware before checkout. I will post before and after pictures of my kitchen when my photo board arrives in the next few days.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions on this blog remain honest and my own.