Who does not require a little assistance when it comes to attractively hanging wall art throughout the many rooms in the home? Regrettably, there is no magic answer to hanging wall art in engaging ways. You can experiment with new ways of hanging the art pieces until you find the one that matches your taste perfectly and complements the other decor in the room.
The 8 tips that follow will help you determine how to arrange your wall art for a greater artistic appeal:
1. An asymmetrical pattern lends a casual appearance to the room.
The asymmetrical arrangement is beneficial in balancing the overall effect of the pieces that you choose to display on the wall.
2. Wall art looks great when lined vertically.
By stacking wall art or picture frames above one another on a wall, you can create the illusion of height in any room. Simply follow a straight line up starting from an eye-level point.
3. To give off an informal appearance, follow a diagonal line.
For example, you can place a larger tropical wall decor on the wall and complement it with two smaller tropical theme wall decors set diagonally on one side of it.
4. Arrange smaller wall art pieces to look bigger.
To make small pieces of wall art have great affect, hang several pieces together as one group. Select various sized items and group them to make a montage or select duplicate pieces and place them close together in a pattern, such as an upright or reversed U.
5. Create order and proportion by following a symmetrical line.
Straight lines are perpetually comforting and pleasant to look at. This is an easy to follow and easy to carry out placement technique. You just hang
place two small items on each side of one large item. You may also place one different type of wall art between two like art pieces.
6. Make your wall zing with this diagonal grouping.
A diagonally arranged grouping looks idyllic in areas like stairways or stairwells. The wall art items, as well as the shadowboxes that contain pictures and other art pieces, will add some pizzazz in any area where they hung.
7. Permit the wall art follow a horizontal line.
You can show off symmetrically framed pictures by lining them up in a horizontal fashion. Iron wall art and other types of wall art look remarkable in this type of arrangement. This makes the space appear to be broader than it really is.
8. Create a box shape by grouping different sizes of frames or wall art on your walls.
Wall art, framed pictures and shadow boxes are remarkable for this use and are available in different sizes and styles. You can readily place or group these pieces onto the wall in a box-like formation. You can make a proportionate and harmonious feel to any room by experimenting with various arrangements to learn the one that suits the room best.
Practice makes perfect’. Experiment with different modes of placing your wall art prior to adding one nail to the wall.