How To Choose The Right Size Artwork For Your Space.
A portrait orientation will create height and openness whilst a landscape orientation is perfect to fill large expansive walls.
home. Imagine coming home after a long day and being met with the tranquility of nature as soon as you open the door. When decorating an entryway use one large piece of artwork or 2 piece artwork options that will anchor the space. Place homewares on table in groups of three to compliment your art such as a vase of flowers or books. Try not to clutter the space so your artwork becomes the hero.
It's true that twin art is not the first choice of many homeowners but after going through the process of finding the perfect twin art, it is sure to add magic to your space. Twin art pieces are a luxury that grabs your attention as soon as you enter the room. So even if it might be a bigger investment than adding one canvas art, it is definitely worth it!
KITCHEN / DINING AREA
When you think about how much time you spend in your kitchen or how often it ends up being the life of the party when you have guests over, it's clear that the kitchen is just as important as other parts of the house to style with art.
Gallery Walls - create
personality to a room
One large portrait artwork at the end of the table can completely elevate a dining area. Add further accents of warm wickers, wooden cutting boards and cannisters' to instantly bring heart and warmth to the kitchen space. One hero piece can instantly change the style of your space without the cost of a big kitchen renovation
Small pieces of art can look great on open shelving.
BEDROOM WALL ART
Your bedroom is your sanctuary to relax and unwind. Beautiful artwork in soft gentle hues evokes that sense of calm this space needs. Large statement landscape pieces above a bed creates balance.
Choose a size that almost covers the width of the headboard.
"The Golden Rules"
- Always measure your bed or sideboard or table before you buy art.
- Art should span almost the entire width of your bed’s headboard
- It should also run almost the full width of your sideboard or dining table
- If it’s above an entry table, same rules: span almost the full length, but never over
- If it’s in an area with no furniture below it, it should take up a large amount of that wall
We hope these tips and hanging wall art images have been helpful to you when considering what size wall art to choose. When choosing a piece from Banksia Blue Studio please do not hesitate to contact us directly if you need a little more guidance on size and scale of your new artwork.
We are always pleased to assist in anyway we can,
Happy Home Styling!
Lisa and Suzx