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How to curate and display art for your home
Art has a place in all of our homes, It is a medium of self-expression. My number one tip is choose the right size. A big artwork would have great impact. Hanging a great piece of art can give your walls some character. It’s a best way to completely transform a plain wall, and creates a strong impact and adds drama to the space. Falling in love with a piece of art is like falling in love. Pick one piece that really speaks to you, complementing it with an appropriate frame and enjoy for years to come!
Create a Vibe, Go Bright and Bold
The most important thing when choosing a work of art is that you really love it. There are plenty of subjects and mediums to choose from, it’s important to figure out the mood you want your art collection to convey. Experiment with whatever makes the artworks stand out . If your wall is a bright color, you could tone it down a little by placing neutral colored artwork on it. Calming pieces in Bedrooms and pieces with more energy and punch in Family Rooms and Living Rooms.
Find the Right Space to display your artwork
Showcasing artwork is an art. Once you have your artwork, You'll have to decide where to hang it. display the art in places you walk by several times a day like above a fireplace, behind a couch, in a hallway or a foyer, since you spend a lot of time in there, as do guests.
Generally, I suggest hanging works roughly at eye level. Of course, eye-level will vary from person to person, so we like to remember the rule of 57 inches. This means the center of your artwork should be 57 inches above the ground so that it catches the eye and doesn't leave a lot of white space on either side. This rule may not apply if you are hanging a work above a couch. In that case, I suggest making sure the bottom of the piece is about five inches above the back of the couch. Don’t hang artwork too high or it will feel disconnected from the rest of the room.
Art is often unique and one-of-a-kind. If your heart leaps at the sight of a piece, don’t hesitate too long or you could miss out.