Ridgewood Photo Studio: Displaying your Portraits

Earlier this week I talked about my most popular item at my photo studio that almost every client gets; wooden gallery mounts!  Today I wanted to share how I use gallery mounts in my own home.  I have 17 of them in total and took a picture of almost all of them.

On the tall bookshelf in my family room there are 4 11×14 gallery mounts.  Below that are a bunch of 5×7’s in frames and a 10×20 canvas of a picture I shot in NYC.  I love that I can easily swap them out on the shelf without having to hang them on the wall.  On the shelf in my kitchen, I have  2 10×10 gallery mounts which is such a cute size.  The “beachy” wall display is comprised of 3 10×20 gallery mounts and one vertical 11×14.


This little corner in my living room is the perfect nook for 4 11×14 gallery mounts.


You don’t need a lot of wall space to create a wall display and since they go right on the wall (or shelf) without a frame it is nice not to have to worry about matting and framing. The white wood works really well in my home but they can also be mounted on black wood.

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    Christie Adams Photography

    Bergen County NJ baby children & family photographer