The finishing touch to any room! Digital art is a must nowadays. Actually, any kind of wall art is changing and people seem to want real master pieces in their living rooms, trully inspired in savage, contemporary and subjective details. Home Inspiration Ideas wants to present its top tips on how to place art in your living room, so let’s be inpired, shall we?
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1. Hang it at eye-level
If hanging a piece on a blank wall, be sure to hang it so that the middle of the artwork is about 57” high or at eye-level. Although it may be tempting to hang it higher on taller walls, this can throw off the rhythm and balance of the room design.
2. Place it 6-12 inches above furniture.
If hanging a painting above a sofa or other furniture, be sure not to hang it too high, making it feel disconnected from the whole design.
3. Size is crucial.
A common interior design error is to choose art that is too small for the wall. A good rule is that it should take up roughly 4/7 of the space. This BRABBU’s VIM Digital is perfect.
4. Try a gallery
A wall gallery behind a sofa can create visual interest and often looks better when extending beyond the furniture. Try using a similar color scheme, such as black and white photographs, or incorporating a focal piece. Vary the size and shape of the paintings for even more contrast and visual interest.
5. Flank the fireplace
If you don’t have cabinets or shelves, try flanking the fireplace with a masterpiece. This can create a sense of balance through symmetry and be a wonderful place for a contemporary piece in a living room with limited wall space elsewhere.
Sick of staring at a cold, stark, empty wall? Infuse it with warmth and style by adding creative work. Don’t be intimidated — a big, windowless wall can be the perfect canvas for creative ideas.
Our Pinterest page can also help you to visualize these and other ideas. So go ahead and clik on the link and find more ideas for this kind of pieces.
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