Decorating with Black and White Panoramic Photos
Have you recently redecorated? Do you have a nice empty wall? It needs a big panoramic canvas print on it! Here are some ideas for you…
This blog post is inspired by a customer request for a floral panorama in black and white. So I thought I would share my suggestions with you too, as they really would look fab on your wall too!
I love the panoramic format, it just seems that little bit different.
And it often fills the space on a wall much better than a normal rectangular or square image. Think of the space above a sofa or sideboard, a wide panoramic canvas that echoes the shape of the furniture below, would suit the wall much more.
I usually go for colour, but just occasionally, I love a bit of black and white instead, like the ones shown below! How about you?
NB I’ve added a dark grey border to the photos that have a white or very pale background, so you can see the edges of the image – and see how amazing it would look like against a dark wall 😉
I was asked for ideas of cherry blossom and dandelion clocks or similar, so these floral ones are first below. Followed by a few black and white landscapes that also suit the panorama shape, in case you’d prefer any of these, so keep scrolling for those.
Dandelion Clock #1.
Dandelion Clock #2.
Cherry blossom #2.
Cherry Blossom #3.
Cherry Blossom #4.
Three Cherry Blossom Flowers.
Butterfly and Lavender.
Surfers and sunset, Porthtowan Beach, Cornwall.
Lone Tree in the snow, Otford, Kent.
Hope you enjoyed seeing all these! Which one is your favourite? Some of the photos above will let you click on them to link to the black and white gallery to check available sizes and prices, or just let me know if you’d like to order any.
A 12×30″ canvas print is £75.00, and 18×45″ is £120.00. But my canvas printers can do any size you need, so let me know what will fit your space, and I’ll give you a quote for a size in between these or maybe even bigger!
You can scroll through some of these and more available in different formats, over in my Black and White Gallery.
Like to see more black and white photos? Check out an older blog with tips and suggestions for decorating in monochrome: Decorating in Black and White.
Or if you’d rather have a pop of colour on your wall, I’ll do another post shortly with some colourful panoramas instead 🙂