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Our favorite ways to holidize with frames

by Framebridge Editorial
October 24, 2023
3 min read

Whether you’re a decoration maximalist, minimalist, or land somewhere in between, how you choose to deck your halls for the holidays is a personal choice. Beautifully framed photos, artwork, and objects capture that very essence, bringing together everything you love and the stories you hope to tell. Here, we share four truly easy, absolutely lovely ways to bring good cheer to your home with framed photos and art.

Create a cozy vignette

’Tis the season for all things warm and cozy, and a grouping of everything you love truly brings it home. Choose a favorite nook, corner, or window sill and layer in colorful frames with keepsakes, collectibles, and fresh greenery. A wintery theme feels especially festive this time of the year, and extra-jolly points for a pop or two of red.

Go for the gold

We love a touch of sparkle and shine every day of the year, but now’s the time for an extra glow-up. Choose a few of your favorite 2023 moments and frame them in a small collection of metallic mouldings–gold, silver, or an assortment of both. Top them off with a few sprigs of fresh greenery for a look that’s equally intentional and beautiful.

Lean into easy style

With all due respect to red and green, sometimes a palette of earthy neutrals feels luxuriously welcoming. For a warm and cozy holiday vibe, try framing prints and drawings in earthy wood frames, then leaning and layering them on your mantle or shelves. Add artwork and accessories with touches of gold and winter white for a look that’s beautifully relaxed.

Frame your brightest moments

Celebrate the best days of the year by framing them together in two, three, or four-image layouts. Our multi-photo frames are designed for everything (and everyone) you love, and look beautiful when hung singularly or with other frames. Style them with greenery, ornaments, and your favorite metallic collectibles for a chic and cheerful effect.