Wall hangings, art and photographs serve as a stylistic icing on the cake that is home to you. Wall art attracts your eyes, brings the room together and makes your home welcoming. The quest and installation of the parts you love are worth the hassle because it enhances your home. Right wall art sets the tone of your room by making it inviting, expressing what kind of family you are and defining different spaces.
The top piece of advice that everyone wants to find the right wall art is this: choose what you want. If you see something and it doesn’t give you a feeling of pleasure or relaxation, don’t put it on your wall. It’s your house, your design, and your wall art money. Although it’s normal for family members to make selection sacrifices, this certainly doesn’t mean you need a home décor that doesn’t suit your style. You live in your house, so enjoy the parts you’ve been decorating.
Selecting Wall Art by Size
- Oversized: these pieces are 100 centimeters in length or greater. Before buying such a large item, measure your room to see if it can accommodate it. Oversized wall art serves as a focal point for a wall or a bed.
- Large: This size frame is around 80 to 100 centimeters in length. Large wall art may serve as a centerpiece or be balanced with mini or small pieces on either side. One to two wide rooms is common.
- Medium: Wall art in this group is 60 to 70 centimeters in length. Some of the pieces can stand alone but medium pieces often go well when they are grouped. Keep your room symmetrical when you introduce medium wall hangings.
- Small: a small hill goes well over the shelving, bits of furniture, and on short walls, so it is between 45 and 59 centimeters in circumference. Small pieces of art go well in pairs or groups of three to six hangings.
- Mini: The smallest frame sizes are mini frames, which fall from 25 to 44 centimeters. Think of something the size of a sheet of paper or anything smaller than a mini piece of art.
When selecting wall art, go for a general idea of the size you’re looking for in a room. Most of the bathrooms cannot tolerate oversized wall art, just as most of the living rooms are not adorned with minis.
There are some general rules on a scale that need to be considered:
- Pictures should be no more than two thirds longer than the couch.
- Images should be at least 15 centimeters above the edge of your furniture.
- A tiny piece of art can’t fill a huge room. A collection of small pieces together. The works of the same artist complement each other well.
- When choosing a scale, consider the height of the ceilings. Be sure to fill the gap in length and width.