10 ways to use your instagrams IRL
how to decorate using your instagrams.
Published Jun 23, 2015 5:00 AM
Set your photos free from the phone! Printed Instagram products make amazing gifts and quirky reminders of fun memories. But the right prints can add the personalization and an intimate touch your home might be lacking. Read on to discover our favorite ways to bring Instagram photos into your decor in real life.
The best pieces of art in our gallery walls come with great memories. Printstagram prints come expertly framed in the frame color of your choice, ready to hang, and the app is incredibly simple to use. Narrowing down which memories to bring to life is the hard part!
We love Chatbooks because this design lends itself really well to printing multiple books, from multiple events, and styling your coffee table with a collection of these beauties grouped together.
If your stack of coffee table books feels a bit impersonal, create a gorgeous, high quality book of your favorite memories to add to the pile. (Hint: This is also the best grandparent gift ever!)
If one of your walls is better suited to one large-scale piece of art, rather than multiple pieces or a gallery wall, InkDot’s wood prints are a simple way to bring memories into your decor in a big way. Sizing goes all the way up to 24”X 36” and each print comes with everything you’ll need to hang it.
It was hard (really hard) to pick a favorite project from Artifact Uprising’s many offerings. For now, we’ve settled on this beautfiful calendar. The individual prints are secured by a slim, minimalist clipboard. Start your calendar whenever you want to, without waiting for January to come around.
These tiny images are too cute and affordable not to print. We love the idea of a large stack of these tossed into a shallow bowl or vessel on the coffee table for guests to explore.
Perhaps the most low-maintenance method for decorating with Instagram prints, CanvasPop images come completely ready to hang, and look just as good integrated into your existing gallery wall as they will in a collage of several prints grouped together.
If plastic alphabet magnets have graced your fridge for too long, give the kids a magnetic project that’s a lot cuter, and lot more personal. Sets of nine magnets from Sticky9 can be printed with nine individual images, or one image broken down into a mosaic puzzle. (Bonus: Every order ships free!)