All of the lovely photos above have been shared nowadays as I endeavour to update the wall art in my property. I’;ve spied a couple of quite floral posters from Poster Lounge and I’;m attempting to decide on sizes, whether or not to frame, have a mix of frames and canvases, or a mix of frames, canvases and plain postcards attached to the wall employing washi tape, or even making use of washi tape frames! All of these decisions are frustrating as I’;m so utterly useless at generating choices :p if you pay a visit to the weblog frequently you will be all as well familiar with my poor decision making and frequent pleas for aid ^_^
I was considering of heading to ikea for frames and I know that I’;ve got some ‘rules’; on my pinterest boards on how to arrange frames and things but it really is hard to picture, which is why I saved all of these. I discovered some ideas by means of Excellent housekeeping
“5 Ideas and tricks for hanging wall art 1. Draw attention to a function wall by either hanging a single eye-catching piece or by grouping chosen prints collectively that are a assortment of shapes and sizes by arranging them in a block. 2. Not all art work requirements to be hung – leaning a big painting against a wall or shelf can also work. 3. Hang bright and colourful prints against neutral walls to make them stand out. 4. Think about scale when hanging art operate, a tiny picture will get lost on a huge wall. Ideally, the size of the image should relate to the size of the wall. 5. Use another pair of eyes! It’s nearly impossible to hang images alone, so make confident you have someone else standing far back sufficient to guarantee it’;s straight!” All the images above are from Home To House. How have you arranged your wall art? On the walls or making use of those picture rails? And…. what are your thoughts on canvas printing? A canvas or a poster in a frame? In the last image above, the poster in the frame is rather striking and I truly like that but my living space is rather far more standard so I truly enjoyed the image above with the soft grey floral wallpaper and the radiator cabinet behind the couch, the prints and mirror arranged on the shelf are all at perfect heights. Gosh darn it! Decisions!