By F14nn4. Wall Art. At Thursday, September 10th 2020, 04:40:12 AM.
If you want a warm and welcoming atmosphere, try using red, yellow, or orange hues. Warmer colors also work well if you have a very spacious room and you want the perception to be that things are more inward or – cozy. If your room is somewhat small, try cool colors like shades of blues, purples, greens, or even grey. These hues will give the perception that a room is larger than it really is.
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.
The days of having outlandish ostentatious furniture are long gone. These days the designs are sleek and trendy and tend to occupy as little space as possible in the room. Interior designers keep furniture to the bare minimum as they feel that plusher furniture makes the room look too full and chaotic. Modern rooms in houses have a Spartan look about them, which makes the rooms look rather simple and plain.