I love the look of photo galleries that people use in their home decor, especially the look of the frames when they have contrasting colors. My living room walls have been bare since we moved in over a year ago, and we have loads of adorable photos of family members saved on our computer, just sitting there. I set out to do a Diy photo gallery. For the frames, I shopped at Goodwill during their half off sale, and chose only wooden frames, of all different sizes and shapes. The price I paid per photo frame was $1 each, on average. I brought them home and painted half of them a soft green, and the other half a country blue. These colors go well with the colors used in the rest of my house, and the paints were free samples of paint I received from Lowe's home improvement store. Because all of the frames I chose were made of wood, they were easy and quick to paint. Having photos printed can be costly, unless you look for deals periodically. I had photos printed as I saw digital coupon codes available for free prints at Meijer and Walgreens. Slowly, my pile of photos grew until I had enough to fill my frames. Another inexpensive alternative would be to take advantage of Shutterfly's free 100 photo print offer they have periodically, where you only pay taxes and shipping, or you could print them on photo quality paper at home if you have a decent printer. Do you have family photos displayed in your home? How do you like to display your family photos?