Wall Decor / June 26, 2018 / Belen Forte.
The other way is to start with a central, dominant piece, hang it in the middle, and then add things around it organically and over time. Whichever method you choose, avoid a boring grid like pattern by mixing in items of various shapes and textures. An oval mirror, a textile, a clock, historic artifacts, musical instruments all are great for breaking up the straight lines of square and rectangular framed photos and art.
Well, if your walls are crying out for a little bit of love, then our post today will give you some tips on a few different ways you can display wall art to help bring your room to life. The single statement, for an incredibly simple but effective display, why not let your piece take centre stage? This works best on single large scale pieces of wall art that really command attention, like watercolour woods printed canvas which creates a single point of focus in a room.
Practical and pleasing to the eye, this oversized calendar is ideal for a family kitchen or personal office. Bikes as wall decor? Contemporary wood mounts look chic and hold the colorful bicycles in place. Think outside the box when it comes to salvaged pieces. Here, a railroad crossing sign adds vintage flair to an otherwise empty wall.
The gallery wall, and finally, if you have a few smaller pieces that you love, why not create a gallery wall? Hang the largest in your collection first and then work out from the centre to create a grouping that has the most visual appeal. For a symmetrical display, the main wall art can be at the centre with smaller pieces of art at equal distances around it.