Updated: Nov 4
No judgment, but raise your hand if you have an 8x10 (or smaller 😲) hanging on a wall somewhere. With a slim exception, that is too small to hang on your wall. For me, anything smaller than an 11x14 belongs on a surface. Your desk, bookshelf, end table, and window ledge - are all GREAT places for your small prints. If it's going on a wall, I want the neighbors walking their dogs to be able to see it through a window.
I finally got wall art up in one of the most used rooms in our house. After a renovation, the walls sat blank because I just couldn't decide. By the time I DID decide, we knew there was going to be a new face in the family pretty soon - so the walls remained empty.
It was so worth the wait. Walking downstairs every morning from my bedroom, this is the first thing I see and it just really brings home the power of quality photography and printing those portraits LARGE.
The prints and frames are all from Smallwoods . The shipping was super fast, and for the price, the quality is what I would expect. I'm curious to see how they hold up to humidity, UV light, and time!