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Buying Hollywood Walk of Fame Pictures

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Hollywood Walk Of Fame Pictures from hollywoodphotographs.com

When you want to add some personality and flair to your home, you may want to consider Hollywood Walk of Fame images and other such memorabilia.  These are a great addition to a home theater or family room or den, and they come in a wide variety of sizes and styles.

Choosing Hollywood Walk of Fame pictures is just part of what's necessary to add some personality to your home and to give your theater room or family room a vintage or retro feeling.  If you choose too many photographs and posters they may become distracting and overwhelming and if you don't display them properly this can mean that no one even notices them in the first place.  If you are choosing Hollywood Walk of Fame images for a theater room in the home, there are ways of displaying these so that your room feels like a true theater.

To have pictures of Penelope Cruz, Shania Twain, Emma Thompson and Gweneth Paltrow would add a real touch of class to anyone's home.

Here are some quick tips for using Hollywood Walk of Fame pictures around your home for a vintage Hollywood look and design, or just as a way to add some Americana and personality to your home.

When you're using Hollywood Walk of Fame pictures in a theater room you want the room to actually resemble a theater; this means poster sized images, if possible.  Choose these carefully as you don't want them to distract when you're watching a movie, and remember that for a true vintage feeling, black and white is often the best choice.  Those Hollywood Walk of Fame images should fit with your current décor and decorating style especially if you choose ones that are oversized, so think of the colors and images in the photos and how they'll blend in before you shop.

If you don't choose poster sizes for your Hollywood Walk of Fame pictures for a theater room, consider grouping smaller images together for greater impact.  Put four of them in a square, or a line but very close to one another.  This allows them to catch the eye without seeming like clutter.

Hollywoodphotographs.com has the largest collection of Hollywood Walk of Fame pictures in the world.

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