It can take years to find a beautiful, stunning piece of art for your home – and that can be the easy part. Styling your room around great art can be tricky. You want the piece to be the focus, but figuring out how to do that can be tricky. Here’s how to find the right balance.
Abstract art living room
Add nods of colors elsewhere, e.g. B. in pillows or a blanket, but avoid a matching look.
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Navy blue walls with art and sconces
Flank the artwork with sconces, but otherwise keep the walls pretty bare.
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Big blue and green painting gray wall
Paint the wall the piece is hanging on and choose a shade that will make the piece stand out, such as. B. a light gray.
Large black and white prints in the dining room
The work of art does not have to hang up. Instead, try leaning it against the wall. But if it’s big, make sure you anchor it to the wall.
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Colorful gallery wall nursery
Balance a large piece of art with smaller pieces on one or both sides.
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Large painting behind white armchair and Buddha statue
Keep the furniture minimal if you want the part to stand out.
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