Our intimate portraits are not your typical feature, but honey, they are centerpieces. If you are wondering how to display your photos, there really isn’t a wrong answer. But there are a whole lot of choices.
If you are interested in displaying an image in your house, do not be afraid to think beyond the bedroom (although having your sexiness displayed centered above your bed is classic). The entryway hall, the living room, and the den will be elevated with sleek, black-and-white portraits. Remember, you get to select the images you want for your estate art, so you don’t have to be recognizable.
If you are a little more private and don’t want all your house guests to see you in your glory- if they should be so lucky- many our of clients have placed their portraits in their bathroom, closer space, or personal room. It’s hard to forget how stunning you are when you get to look at yourself every morning!
We offer estate art in a huge variety of sizes and can be ordered on acrylic or metal. We have estate collections if you are interested in a collage or multi-panel effect, and also offer single image displays if you just want to display your favorite photo.
Maybe displaying your images in wall art isn’t your thing, and that’s totally fine! All of our collections feature a personal photo album so you can flip through your series at any point. From 12×16 to 8×8, we have the best size for your home, whether you are thinking a coffee table book vibe or if you are leaning more towards a bedside table vibe. There is nothing like holding your assortment of boudoir portraits in your actual hands.
All of our collections come with your selection of images as high-resolution digitals. This is perfect to display your photos on your computer or tablet (hellllo sultry screen saver!). If you want to share your images via text or on your social media channels, we offer custom phone apps and a variety of other digital options in low resolution so you can actually upload them without the file being too big.
One of our best-selling ways to display your photos is a vintage-inspired viewfinder with your choice of images on slides. (It used to be on film back in the day.) This is a fun way to show yourself off within the usual harsh blue light of electronic devices, and you can click and flip without getting too close up. So maybe that means your family can peep them?