Whether you’re flexing some muscles from your art history classes or you’re simply looking to add artful appeal to your space, this striking graphic art print makes a statement on any wall. Showcasing a reproduction of Wassily Kandinksy’s “Composition VII,” this piece is defined by an abstract motif in beige, yellow, blue, and red tones for a contemporary look. Proudly printed in the USA, this design is complete with wall-mounting hardware so it’s ready to hang up right away.
For art that uses an advanced printing process (making it almost indistinguishable from the original piece), browse a wide selection of giclee prints. Choose gallery-wrapped canvas art prints if you prefer the canvas to be pulled all the way around the stretcher and secured in the back. Once you’ve decided on the look you want, watch this video for techniques on the best way to properly hang your artwork.
Bring cute, seaside charm to any ensemble in your home with this eye-catching painting print. Although this piece has a coastal motif, it can blend in with a variety of other aesthetics from traditional to contemporary. It showcases a baby sea turtle in tones of blue, green, black, and purple, set against a crisp white background with bubble accents. The watercolor style adds an extra touch of artful appeal to this design.
What size of artwork is correct for different kinds of furniture? That’s totally up to your design vision. As a general guideline, however, many interior decorators recommend shooting for art that occupies about two-thirds to three-quarters the size of your furniture. Large art tends to get noticed more than smaller pieces. What if you have a long sofa or sectional and can’t find any art that’s big enough? One idea is to create an art grouping. Two or three similarly-sized photographs feel like a single unit. When it comes to height, it’s customary to hang art at eye-level. That’s usually between 5 and 6 feet from the floor, although you can feel free to place it lower if it feels more natural for the space. That’s often the case in dining rooms.
Whether classic or contemporary, a bit of beachy beauty is a welcome addition to any space. Take this seaside-inspired accent for example: Showcasing an abstract scene reminiscent of waves crashing on the shore, it offers cool and calming hues of blue and white. Its plank-like design enhances its coastal feel, while distressed details provide a touch of weathered style. Made in the USA, this unframed piece is printed on wood and arrives ready to hang.
When trying to decide how to choose the art that’s right for each room, don’t worry about following some guide or specific set of instructions. Since amazing art is designed to reflect your personality, just look for pieces that you love. If it gets you excited now, it will have the same effect when hanging from your living room accent wall or above your bed.