Today BRABBU wants to present 7 quick and easy tips on how to hang a wall art. Modern Art is highly appreciated by mid-century inspired people and digital art is a very common way of modern home decor.
Living room sets and Interiors are not the same when you have the ability of placing wall art.
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AlthoughTip #1 – Hang Artwork at Eye Level
This may seem self-evident, many people have the tendency to hang artwork too high. Keep in mind that in living rooms and dining rooms, people are generally sitting, so artwork should be placed lower than in a kitchen or hallway. For above the sofa, hang artwork roughly 8-10 inches above the back of the sofa top (if you don’t have a tape measure—although you really should for an art hanging project—try the length of your hand as a guesstimate).
Tip #2 – Balance the Scales
Perhaps the most difficult aspect of arranging wall art is getting the scaling correct. Go wrong here, and your wall becomes a hopeless hodgepodge. But get it right, and your wall will shine with creativity and style. First, make sure your piece or collection is neither too large nor too small in relation to your sofa or sideboard.
Tip #3 – Don’t Scare Away from Salon Style
The salon-style look for wall art could be one of the most adored and admired features of a space… if it weren’t so intimidating! How do you create a look you like without putting a ton of extra holes in your wall? Start from the center with a piece that’s between waist and chest level and work outward from there.
Tip #4 – Be Off the Walls
Although we love salon-style and clean, crisp grid-style with white frames, the Kuotes challenges you to design differently and place wall art in unexpected places. Don’t limit yourself to walls! Photography and text prints work great on bookshelves.
Tip #5 – Level the Middle
A quick and simple pro tip: level all of your framed art using their centers as your guide. If you are hanging multiple pieces in a room (but not as a group), do not align art pieces by their top or bottom or the room will appear distorted and sporadic. Instead, align all of your art by their middles for a balanced look.
Tip #6 – Avoid Kitchen Kitsch
We don’t know about you, but when we’re cooking in the kitchen, the last thing we want to see up on our wall is an artsy rendition of fresh, dewy asparagus sprinkled with parmesan.
Tip #7 – Have a Framing Device
Like any good book, movie, or blog post, you need to have a good framing device to yield a good result. Don’t neglect the frame when thinking about your wall art. Whether you go modern with monochromatic frames or you mix and match different vintage-style frames, your framing can bring just as much style and personality to a space as the artwork itself.
So, have you learnt how to hang your beautiful and modern wall art? Tell us all abou it.