Published at Tuesday, October 06th 2020, 16:15:08 PM. Wall Art. By Bronagh O’Rourke.
Where you hang your art piece is as important as what you hang. Remember the entire space around the art piece becomes an extension of it. Lighting, the empty space around it, and how far or near it is to the furniture all interact with your art piece and should be measured in totality before deciding on the piece. The bottom line is that a bit more expensive piece may not necessarily be the right one and a smaller piece may be much more suitable.
If you have an empty wall that`s driving you insane, the best thing you can do is to take some time and find some wall art that will look nice on it. The problem that most homeowners have is finding the piece that not only suits their taste but also matches their home. Finding the best art for your wall takes time, and some trial and error.
Before you go ahead to choose wall art, you need to consider the size, the color, and shape of the artwork. Make sure it`ll match the wall you want to hang or displayed it. Shapeless artworks can turn your entire house into a nightmare. The same scenario applies to arts that have fearful images and symbols.
Another thing to consider is frame size and color. Make sure that the frames are not overpowering the wall and that the colors are in keeping with the rest of the room. Wall art can make or break a room and frames can make or break a piece of wall art.