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living with art: a photographic display for every room

Photographic Wall Art Today's “living with art” winning share comes from Marsha Mifsud of Seaside Portraits by Marsha. She writes, "Nothing is off limits when it comes to decorating with photography~ we love it everywhere! The gallery over my family room couch is a collection of three 24x30 gallery wrapped canvases that were captured during our annual beach trip. It just happens to be my three favorite people. I've had many clients order this collection after seeing my room display. I fill my home with images that make me smile.  Especially my bedroom....they are the first thing we see when we wake up.  It's a good feeling. No room is without pictures, not even the bathroom!" We love this inspiring use of photography as art for your home!


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