magnetic photo frame with a black and white photo

“Dear Fridgi team, Our order was perfect in every way. It was easily ordered, the product delivered promptly and the product 100% met my expectation. Many thanks”
Athena bought 25 Fridgi Flexi Frames

"Received the frames no problem – they look great on our fridge and are a lovely addition to the fridgi frames we already have. Many thanks for your assistance – a great shopping experience”
Vivien bought 8 Fridgi Tough Frames

"Thanks for the follow up, all I can say is the frames look great on the fridge and great service”
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“Our kitchen has a new look with all the Fridgis on our fridge. What a brilliant idea! ”
Anthony bought 25 Fridgi Tough Frames

"Everything was perfect – the frames arrived super quick & now the fridge is looking a lot more organised! Thanks for such an awesome product & such great service”
Chris bought 10 Fridgi Tough Frames

“Very happy – love them and have had lots of positive comments from visitors I will pass on your details!!!”
Lisa bought 10 5x7 Fridgi Flexi Frames

"Great products, thank-you! I’m loving filling up my fridge”
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"Am absolutely delighted with my Fridgi, and can see myself ordering more in the new year”
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"Hello, Only positive comments! Great products, exactly as described, easy delivery and payment, we are very pleased with them! Thanks very much”
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"We have recently moved in to a new home with magnetic walls so this is a perfect product for our needs, thanks”
Bec bought 30 6x4 & 5x7 Fridgi Flexi Frames

"The photowall looks great and I’m really happy with the final result. Thanks for the earlier email with the attachments with layout suggestions of the photos on the photowall. This was very useful”
Edmund bought 70 Fridgi Flexi Frames for a Photo Wall

“I really like my fridgi frames. I wasn’t sure what to expect but they look great and the quality is very high. They are a fabulous idea!”
Kate bought 6x4 & 8x6 Fridgi Flexi Frames

“I loved the Fridgi magnets – thought the service was smooth and prompt and will be ordering some more soon. The look fantastic on our fridge”
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"All good! They are great, exceeded our expectations, so that’s always a bonus! Keep up the good work is all we can say, and we will be back. Cheers, Brenda”
Brenda bought 75 6x4 & 5x7 Fridgi Flexi Frames

“Hi There, Very pleased with my Fridgis, thank you! My hubby has banned me from buying more as I could go on for ever! Getting very good response from all who see them – I always point them in your direction!”
Sue bought 40 Fridgi Flexi Frames & Magic Mounts

“Thanks Fridgi Team, our Photowall is awesome! It was easy to put up & fill with photos. All our friends want one now ”
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"I am very happy with my Fridgi photo frames which look very stylish on my fridge & filing cabinet & will defiantly recommend them to my friends! Thank you”
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Photo Wall – 7 things to consider


If you are thinking of creating a Photowall we’ve a few suggestions, tips and ideas that we would like to share with you. We’ve learnt a lot during our testing and experimentation with the Photowall concept. These tips are useful to anyone considering a creating a photo wall, with Fridgi frames or with traditional hang on the wall frames. The tips are more about the look and layout of your Photowall rather than the type of frames you use.

1) Static or Dynamic

2) Location, Size & Shape

3) Frame spacing

4) Frame orientation

5) Frame colour

6) Grouping your photos

7) Getting creative

Magnetic photo frames making up a photo wall

1) “Do you want a Static or Dynamic Photowall ?”

A Static Photowall is one that you leave the same size. A Dynamic Photowall is one that you can expand and add to over-time.

Think about creating a Dynamic Photowall. Why? Throughout your life you will be taking new photos, many you will want to display, and there won’t be many that you’ll want to take down. A Dynamic Photowall lets you keep adding more photos over time. You can create a vibrant visual history that can be relived at a glance, often, with lots of smiles and laughter. The modular Panels of the Fridgi Photowall let you easily grow your Photowall over time. A Dynamic Photowall is a great way for families to start and keep alive their photo history.

A Dynamic Photowall is also a great way to protect your favourite digital photos from being lost. A print is the safest way to store a photo. If you get in the habit of printing it and putting your favourite’s on your Photowall you will create a collection of photos that is well protected (from computer crash or lost files, cd’s & shoe boxes).

Dynamic Photowall’s are suited to areas that are large and have lots of blank space, such as hallways, stairways or large family room walls. With a hallway or staircase you can start at one end and move down the hall, or up the stairs, adding more panels and new photos over time. For a wall in a room consider starting the Photowall in the middle of the wall, or having it centered above an object such as a couch, bookcase or bed. You can maintain a balanced look by adding panels & photos evenly to each side over time (you can store new ones on your fridge, once its full move them to the Photowall and start covering the fridge again)

If you choose to limit the size of your Photowall and create a Static Photowall you can still keep all photos updated by changing them as you need, with a Fridgi Magnetic Photo Frame it only takes a few seconds to change a photo.

2) When creating a Dynamic or Static Photowall you will need to consider the Location, Size and Shape of your Photowall.

Location & Size; Where you put your photo wall will influence how large you can make it, plan ahead and think about where you will put any new photos. A hallway or wall offers lots space so it is easy to create a large Photowall. Smaller spaces may require a little bit more planning or a creative layout. A wide Photowall is well suited to being placed above a couch, bookcase, bench or table. A tall thin Photowall is well suited to rectangular spaces such as between doors in a hallway, a gap between furniture, or the corner of a room or end of a hallway. Make sure the location is well lit as you’ll need a good light source to bring your photos to life but keep them away from direct sunlight.

Height & Width; are important as you want the shape of your Photo wall to complement the look of the room, decor and surrounds. If you are creating a Photowall on a large wall space try and cover a large area of the wall and match the shape of the Photowall to the shape of the blank space. Try and leave some empty space around the edge of the Photowall itself to “frame it”. If you are creating one above a an object, like a couch, try and create the Photowall to be about as wide as the couch and again leave some space above and below to “frame it”.

You will also need to consider the overall shape of your Photowall. You can choose to have a Photowall with a defined shape where the Photowall is defined by straight edges, rectangular or square. Or you can choose to have a Photowall where the edges are not defined by straight edges. With a rectangular or square shaped Photowall you can have all frames touching or spaced and still maintain definition of the shape of the Photowall. When creating a Photowall with undefined edges you need to be careful that you do not space the individual frames too far apart, this may lead a spread out and undefined looking Photowall, this will then appear unfocused. Keeping the individual frames close together will help “define” the shape of your Photowall and make it visually more focused and interesting. Smaller frames will need to be kept closer together than larger frames to maintain a defined look to your photo wall. A clearly defined edge and area for your Photowall allows the eye and mind to the focus on the Photowall and not be distracted by blank space.

For both tall and wide Photowall’s try and have at least 1/3 of your Photowall at or above eye height, this will provide a more balanced look to someone who is standing and admiring the Photowall.

Blank corner spaces can be utilized to create a Photowall. A tall thin Photowall placed in a corner will look impressive and make use of space that may otherwise be dead space. Odd shaped walls, cavities, protrusions etc can be transformed with a small Photowall. Sections of wall that were not wide enough to display a piece of hanging wall art can be brightened up with a tall, thin display of photos. An unsightly gap or protrusion can be transformed into a colourful photo display. Try and match the shape of the Photowall to shape of the space you are covering and remember to leave some space around the Photowall to “frame it” and maintain visual balance.

If you have a room that has lots of objects along a wall, such as a couch, bookcase, TV etc you can create an effective Photowall by placing a strip of photos along the length of the wall above the objects and furniture. A Photowall about 1ft tall (about 3 frames high) running along the length of a wall or down a hallway can look quite stunning, especially in a small apartment where the rooms are small. A long thin strip will create the illusion of length. Choosing alight coloured frame will let the photos stand out.

Lighting is important, you want to have you Photowall in a location that is well lit, you wont do the photos justice if they are in a poorly lit area. Be careful not to place your Photowall in an area that is subject to direct sunlight as the UV rays and heat from the sunlight can damage and fade your photos.

Remember to keep your Photowall away from sources of heat (direct sunlight, fires, heaters) and moisture.

3) Spacing between Frames.

Don’t leave too much space or gaps between the frames, too much space will let the viewers eye subconsciously “wander” around and your photo wall will appear less interesting. One of the advantages of using Fridgi’s is that you can leave some space between the frames or you can leave none at all. If your wall space is limited you can tighten up the frame groupings without affecting the overall look. A Fridgi Photowall looks great with all the frames touching each other, it also looks great with a little bit of space between the frames, this is possible because the frame borders are all the same colour, texture & thickness; this gives you lots of flexibility in laying out your photos. With Traditional hang on the wall frames you will need to leave some space between the frames to create visual balance. You can always experiment before putting up your Photowall by laying some frames out on a table or on the floor to see what you prefer; big gap, small gap or no gap.

4) Frame Orientation.

The 3 standard options are 1) all Horizontal, 2) all Vertical or 3) a Mix of Horizontal & Vertical frames. The most common layout is a mix of Horizontal (Landscape) & Vertical (Portrait) photos as most of us have a mix of both types of photos. All the same orientation, all vertical or all horizontal frames, can look quite spectacular. In the end your favourite photos will determine the mix and you can always experiment with various layouts on a table or the floor (or your fridge) before putting them on the wall. With Fridgis, because they are magnetic you can easily change the layout. There is a fourth option “quirky” where all the frames are slightly rotated and offset, on a large scale this can look quite interesting (and is often how your photos end up on the fridge).

5) Frame Colour.

Try and have your frames all the same colour. All the same colour creates a visual constant that lets your eye focus on the photos and not be distracted by the different coloured frames. From a distance frames of all the same colour will look more unified than a mix of colours. If you have a mix of frame colours the different colours can distract the eye from the photos and from a distance make the Photowall look unbalanced. The neutral colours of silver, black or white look great on most walls. With traditional hang on the wall frames, white, black or dark wood frames look best.

6) Grouping your Photos.

Having groups of photos together can add and extra dimension to your Photowall. With Fridgi’s it is easy to create groupings of similar photos. You group photos by trip or event t or by years or decades. You can also group your photos by colour, by subject, by theme etc. If you have some Black & White photos you can create an artistic Photowall of your favourite B&W’s. B&W photos look great in either Black or Silver frames. You can also split your Photowall into separate sections, with different sections for different groups of photos. For example you can have several separate tall thin Photo walls down your hall with each Photowall containing photos from a different year (trip, decade or adventure)!

7) Getting Creative.

If you want to get creative with you Photowall the only limit is your imagination. If you have an artistic touch you can use the flexibility of laying out Fridgis to create a Photowall of whatever shape you like, it is easy to create something “outside the square”.

If you are a photography enthusiast you can use a Photowall to group you photos together by theme, subject, colour, orientation etc. One photographer we know has a collection of “Blue Door” photos that they have taken over the years (every time they came across a blue door they took a photo). They now have an amazing collection of “Blue Doors” from all over the world which has made for an amazing Photowall. Some other example of creative Photowall’s are B&W portraits, sunsets, shadows, clouds, people at work, sports action photos etc. The modular Fridgi Photowall system makes it easy for a Photographer to inexpensively showcase their favourite’s.


Authors note. Please note these are not “rules” rather things to consider. Every room, frame layout & photos will be different, what one person likes another may not. Use your personal judgment and creative skill to create a Photowall you like, don’t worry about bending or breaking any “rules”. So, to use a phrase that rarely gets used in an artistic sense “Just Do It” and make a Photowall you love !!!

We also have a Fridgi Photowall Suggestion Service. If you are thinking of putting up a Fridgi Photowall and would like some help or advice please let us know. Send us a question or a photo of where you want to put your Photowall. We’ll have a look and come up with some suggestions to help you out. If you have several spots you are considering, send a few photos. If you send a photo please shrink them down for emailing and also give us the dimensions of an object that is in the photo and next to where you want to put your Photowall we’ll be able to estimate the size of the space.