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3 Photo-Art Fall Decor Ideas from Posterjack

I love Posterjack! I've worked with them a couple of times for top-quality photo-art designs of my own. They are my favorite place for decor made from your own digital photos.


Now they are sharing some great decor tips with you, all Fall inspired!

Cold Fall weather means more nights at home. Posterjack has come up with 3 photo-art decor tips to create a cozy space that’s perfect for cuddling on the couch during netflix-binge sessions.


Play with texture and colour - rich textures and saturated hues of deep colors help create a warm and luxurious space. Canvas Prints hold the colors of the season - eggplant, olive, navy and ruby, like a classic oil painting you’d find in a museum.


Mixed materials - just like fashion, the layering and incorporation of different materials is used to add interest. A photo-art display that includes Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints and Photoboards means you’ll never have a boring home.  


Rustic mantels - shelves and mantels are one of the easiest ways to change up your decor for the season. Embrace nature and add a rustic elegance to yours with Wood Prints, Barnwood Frames and Woodstand Prints of your favorite Fall scenes.

Now that Fall is here, it is time to get in the spirit with your decor. I hope these tips have inspired you, and a new photo-art piece is in your future.


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  1. I would love to have a photo wall. There are so many great ideas out there!

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