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I Love I love I love this and yes I can't imagine the framing cost, but I am thinking HUGE SALVAGE WINDOW maybe? A PICTURE window maybe?...Pun intended!
this could probably be accomplished with a bunch of these long frame things from urban outfitters-- hanging to look like one unit...http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp;jsessionid=C0504A010E4AF120E021A9589868C208.app12-node8?itemdescription=true&itemCount=60&id=12991675&parentid=A_FURN_WALL&sortProperties= product.marketingPriority,-product.startDate&navCount=196&navAction=poppushpush&color=
I've created a wall o' photos using dozens of glass clip frames (from Ikea), but it ended up being such a pain to get everything lined up...I love this frame, but I think I love the urbanoutfitters product even more! The photo sleeves look so easy to change out and at $15/each...quite nice. Thanks for the tip!
I work for www.kodakgallery.com and if your images are all digital, you can make a collage on photo paper sized up to 20" x 30". You can choose skinny or thick borders in either black, white, or gray. Much easier than trying to line up lots of little photos.
I really love this look and had a similar idea to use all black and white. Very cool idea. The scale is what makes this work. If it were smaller, it might look cluttered.t8www.strangeclosets.comWhen design takes priority, the result is often strange closets.
I am in love with the framed wall of photos!
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