What framework to choose?
1. framed in the same style those paintings that have a similar theme (eg urban still lifes of flowers or black and white). If you want to make sense of drive, use the same frame type and material.
2. Choose frames of different colors and materials for works that are from different authors and themes.
3. To achieve a ‘polaroid effect’ in photographs of small size, it uses a narrow bottom and increases the margin depending on the length of the photo.
4. For photos / paintings small with a special personal meaning or value, leaves a large pool of length greater than the length framed. The more thoroughly the better, because they give much more prominence.
5. The fund should decrease depending on the size. That is, if large formats, margins will not be needed. Use ‘Matted’ or papers with some texture will suffice.
In the right place
6. For a more modern and dynamic effect, you can place the works in shelves or on sideboards supported without hanging. They look good even overlapping, especially when frames and themes are different.
7. If the works reflect a theme or series, should order them. In the corridors along, and on the walls as if you are 4 square, and rectangle if more. Look for the referential cloth (the wall which will sight) for works of greater value and meaning, and leaves others to menial jobs.
More ideas, decorating section of El Corte Ingles.