scandinavian feeling frame memories

“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” – Robert Breault

This quote pretty much sums me up, I am all about enjoying those small things that some might take for granted. Life is made up of little moments, but sometimes we get too caught up in the bigger picture and we forget to appreciate the rest. Photos are a great way to capture and remember the little moments in life, one of the reasons I love taking photos and sharing them.

I was so lucky to receive a bespoke framed piece with some of my favorite moments inside by The Little Square Gallery, and I am so happy to be able to have them displayed in such a beautiful way.

These artistically curated and styled exhibits of treasured pictures are such a great way to cherish and enjoy your memories. They can do a wide range of sizes, the one I have here is a collection of twenty-five. The photographs are displayed on a series of little square giclée prints individually mounted against a white backdrop to create a contemporary grid design and presented inside a white wood frame measuring 68x68cm. You can see my one here.

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Here are a few close-ups shots of my photos inside the gallery taken by Natalie Hammett. I love the effect of the floating squares inside the frame, it has a minimal yet interesting look.

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A little bit about the company: Natalie Hammett founded The Little Square Gallery following a desire to enjoy, display and archive her favorite picture collections with a stylish effect. Uninspired by the idea of purchasing one of those regular personalized picture products, or placing standard prints in basic frames, Natalie applied her passion for art to design her own mini galleries. Click through to find all the square galleries available.

*I was gifted a square gallery by The Little Square Gallery, but all the thoughts and opinions are my own.

// Photo credit: Ingrid Opstad & The Little Square Gallery


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