Selecting and positioning artwork is merely a matter of a keen eye and some creative commonsense.
When designing a home, it’s important to make the right decisions when it comes to displaying art and décor. Mismatched or poorly placed paintings and pictures can make a wall space feel cluttered or distracting.
Here are a few tips and tricks for pairing wall art like a professional.
Guest Post By Amy Spagnola for LuxeDecor
Seaside Styled Room
A seaside style room feels warm and welcoming with symmetrical art pieces. A duo of similar styled photos is a smart idea for giving a room a bit of easy calm.
Framed photographs of sailboats add simple elegance to this living space.
Traditional Family Room
A traditional family room features a quadrant of artwork on the spot above the fireplace. Acting as a focal point for the room, this grouping of seashell portraits perfectly frames a rustic round mirror.
A series of photos is the perfect way to add charm and character to a neutral wall.
Casual Coastal Room
A casual coastal living room feels fresh with multiple works of art. Six framed tortoise photographs give this room dynamic flair and a bit of fun.
Colorful and bright, six framed pieces of art are perfect for a space with lots of seashore style.
Contemporary and Stately Space
A variety of art pieces work well in a contemporary and stately space. Varying heights and styles of art are perfect for composing a sophisticated statement.
For adding a bit of creative chic, display some artwork by hanging and others by placing against a wall or mantel.
Classic and Refined Space
A cluster of drawings works well in a classic and refined space. Perfect for adding height and interest to a room, a trio of non-hanging sketches is cool and effortless.
Adding a floor mirror and other wall art gives this room even more glamorous appeal.