Guide to Framing Your Family Photos

custom framing family photos on gallery wall

Little personal touches to your walls are what make your house a home. Beautiful family portraits and those little pieces of art your children create in grade school all deserve to be shown off! The best way to display these pieces is with custom framing. If you simply haven’t gotten around to framing your family photos or art for all your guests to see – now is the time. Our framing experts at Rosenbaum Framing, custom art and photo framing in South Florida, share this guide to framing your family photos  and art below.


The Gallery Wall

Gallery walls with family photos look great with nice frames and clean white mats. If you are looking to visually unify an entire wall of photos, simple black frames with the same width of  white matting for each creates a clean appearance.


The Dining Area

Depending on the color, tone, and scheme, you can mix the colors of the frames when it comes to framing your family photos in the dining area. If you have a breakfast nook, coordinate the frame colors with the color of the table and chairs. If your dining room is one big wooden table, black, white, or gold frames will never disappoint.


The Simple Grid

If you’re a family with an even number of children, photo grids look lovely in family areas. A unique idea for equilateral grids of frames are self-portraits. Families of four or families of six can benefit from this choice of custom framing.


The Mural

If your family has one wonderful memory that stands out, a great, big wall-size display can make for a beautiful decoration in a minimalist home. Our framing experts are well-versed in the creation of custom framing, especially for large pieces.


Our Boca Raton frame shop has the time and materials to create the perfect frame for your family photos and art. Contact our framers today to get started on your framing project!

Stacey Moss

Author: Stacey Moss

Stacey Moss is a trained artist who has been custom framing for more than 27 years. She excels at finding the perfect moulding to complement whatever is being framed, and she treats every piece she frames as though it were a priceless piece of fine art. If it's valuable to our client, it's valuable to her.