This is so easier said than done. I am the first to admit that. Everyone knows how comforting it is to stay in your own comfort zone. It is your safety zone. Where you like to stay. It explains itself in its definition. So why is it so hard to veer from that? Some people think that their lives are perfect. Nothing could go wrong and nothing ever will. But I venture to say that if they even knew what was wrong in their own lives they might just want to change it. However, most people are not like that. Most people don't really feel that their lives are perfect. But these people also have no clue (most likely), how to change. Some people, in fact, don't even know what needs to be changed! So how do you go about it? How can you change the things that are at fault in your life. How do you make them go away- stretching you outside your comfort...
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Often people wonder what to do with the wonderful portraits they have purchased after their session. In my opinion you should feature them in all areas of the home you live in! If there is available wall space I will find it! Trust me! There are more places than you think available for your beloved portrait wall art. What is really cool is that you are allowed to change it up every now and then based on how your tastes change. The wall art then becomes an awesome heirloom piece for your children to cherish for years to come. Here are a few examples of some clients homes with their portraits in them. This may just inspire you to get more portraits placed in your home. Whether in a front entry way, a living room, family room, bedroom or hallway, there are plenty of spots that will work for you too.
Starting to visualize what your portrait wall art will look like in your home? Good! If you like these options and want to see more then please contact me to schedule your next session. I can customize anything to match your needs for your personal space.
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