During this pandemic, all of us are feeling isolated in some way. If you're feeling down or lonely, putting up prints can be a great way to lift your spirits!

Adding artwork to your home, even if it’s just one new piece, can boost drive, focus, concentration, and self-esteem, as well as provide a sense of accomplishment.

Seeing meaningful things in your home will do wonders for you - it could be a picture of your dog, an image of your family, or a collection of snapshots from one of your favorite trips.

Did you know that according to the National Science Foundation, 80% of our thoughts are negative and 95% of those negative thoughts are repetitive?!

We are mostly influenced by a tendency to remember bad things, which is called “negativity bias.” Constantly dwelling on negativity can ruin anyone’s mood. Photos help shift your perspective and help you remember the things you are grateful for and all of the good times you’ve had.

You feel happier, more content, and more appreciative when you keep the good moments at the forefront of your mind.

If you’re having an argument with your partner over something small you’re more inclined to think of good times between the two of you and less likely to allow small problems to become the focus when you surround yourself with photos of loved ones and memorable times.

Make sure what you hang on your walls gives you a good emotional response. With all the negativity in the world, you want your living space to be a safe place that makes you feel happy and at peace. 


Leading UK behavioral psychologist Jo Hemmings says: "Taking the time to look back on our treasured memories can be truly beneficial for our wellbeing as it can help to evoke feelings of positivity and happiness. Because of this, and especially at times like this, we should take more time to appreciate and look back on them.


We release endorphins through laughter when we see silly photos - this is our body’s natural stress reliever. Looking back at photos of our friends and families reduces the levels of stress caused by cortisol and adrenalin.

If meditating is not your thing, try going through old photos. This activity is known to be just as, or even more relaxing and revitalizing. 

Diminishes clutter


Going through old memories gives you a chance to declutter your phone and boxes of photos laying around the house!

Make 2 piles: 

  1. Wall Art
  2. Albums

The Wall Art pile will be your absolute favorite photos that have the highest potential. The second pile will be for all of the other photos, which are tabletop/album-worthy.


Putting something new on your walls can revitalize your space! It’s a great way to liven up a room that needs some love. You also have a chance to relive fun memories you may have forgotten about, and if you have doubles of anything you can send them to loved ones as gifts! All while organizing!!

Does this sound like you?

You're overwhelmed by the options

You can't seem to find anything to fit your awkward walls

You can't bring yourself to start

For only $50 we can provide you with a mockup to scale with your space so you know exactly what it’ll look like before you make any decisions!