- Get print inspiration with stylist Mr Jason Grant
I take lots of photos for work and for pleasure. Yes I love to Instagram, but there is something about mastering the lens of a camera. Plus you can print your pictures much bigger in size thanks to them being at a higher resolution.
The great thing about printing photos at a bigger size is that they create instant artwork!
My approach to decorating is laid back and relaxed and I believe that printing and displaying your photos is one of the easiest and most satisfying projects you can do to update your home. Best of all, its something that you can do to provide fresh and personal inspiration in any room.
Printing your favourite photos is super easy! Trust me, if I can do it so can you.
I love using my Canon PIXMA to print wirelessly from my computer. You can have some real fun and unleash your inner creative spirit as you print lab quality photos right at home. You can even create scrapbooks, calendars, stickers and origami!
Remember, home styling with a few of your favourite images can be done without leaving the house.
The great news is that creating your own photo art from the comfort of home is inexpensive and easy. Print to your chosen size, whack it in a store-bought frame, showcase salon style on a wall or clip to picture wire and voila, you have created your own art gallery at the press of a few buttons.
Mr Jason Grant is an interior stylist, author and creative consultant. With a career spanning over 10 years, the work of this super stylist has appeared in many Australian and international magazines including Inside Out, Sunday Style, Belle, Vogue Living, Australian House and Garden, Real Living, The Sunday Times (UK), Milk Decoration, Grazia (UK), and Livingetc (UK). He has also published two books with Hardie Grant and has a third book in the pipeline. Jason also works styling for brands big and small including David Jones, Reece Bathrooms, Pottery Barn, West Elm, Country Road, Sheridan, Freedom Australia, Target, Murobond, Major Minor Sydney, Palm Beach Collection, Officeworks, Domayne, Myer and Armadillo & Co. Living in Bondi, Jason loves the beach. His style is laid back, relaxed, causal and quintessentially Australian. He is not a fan of over styled homes but loves real spaces that are lived in, loved and reflect the owner's personality. Jason generally styles for the camera for photography work but also supports selected real space projects including residential and commercial spaces.
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