DIY Split Panel Photo

You’re a pretty bold individual. You don’t play by the rules. You challenge convention. You eat cookies before dinner. Heck, sometimes you eat cookies FOR dinner. Good for you, by the way. The point is that you defy conventions and we like that about you. That’s why we want to tell you how you can make a cool split panel photo.

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Split panel pictures are not for everyone. But you’re not exactly ‘everyone,’ now are you? If you’ve got a blank wall, a prized photo, and an adventurous spirit, it might be for you. A split panel photo is a truly unique way to showcase one of your favorite images. By splitting one image across a group of canvasses or, in this case, wood panels, you can create a dramatic effect with a contemporary feel.

Split panel frames turn any photograph into a genuine display. Take a really special picture and transform it into an exhibit. You can give it a shot with just about anything - wedding pictures, vacation photos, action shots, landscapes. A picture from your family reunion in Saugatuck, Michigan? Split it! Your trip to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta? Split it now!

It’s easy to create a DIY split panel. All you have to do is choose a picture, and divide the image up into the sizes that you want. You can divide an image evenly between two panels, or you can spread it over even more pieces and use a variety of sizes in your arrangement. Whichever way you slice it, you’ll end up with a remarkable display for your home.

Choose a photo. Split that photo. And order your desired number of panels from Plywerk. You’ll be glad you did. Oh, but hopefully you’re good at hanging pictures. Make sure you have your level, you renegade.

*If you do not know how to split up the photo yourself, shoot us an email.  We are happy to slice it into any dimensions that you would like. We charge $60/hour for this type of service but it typically only takes about 15-20 minutes, depending on what you have in mind. 

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