I have a lot of Black and White photos and colored, do you think mixing them into one...
arrangement on a wall is a good idea or should you stick to one or the other?
I definitely say to mix them. You do need a unifying factor and that should be the frames. They don't all have to be exactly the same, but they should be in the same "family".
If you go to my hub on creating a photo wall display (http://hubpages.com/hub/wall-decor-photo-display) and take a look at the very first picture (click on the picture to enlarge it) you'll see that all the frames are brown - some light, some dark, and some with gold tones - all in the brown family. You'll also see that there are several color and black and white pictures included in that arrangement. That is my current family photo wall arrangement and I am very pleased with it.
I hope this helped!
I believe If you love the photo, black or white put them up on the wall in an arrangement of your choice. It gets intersting and very eye catching!
As long as you have a mix of them I think it's a great idea. Try to balance the amount of both because if you just had one black/white photo in an arrangement with a bunch of colored ones it might look a little weird, but if you balance it I think it would look great.
You can definitely mix them and get a good combination to make your wall look good.
Just go for the ones you'd rather see often, although you can always change them.
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