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.
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Who needs an ocean view when you have this artful interpretation of the sea in your space? Take a look at this triptych and you'll find an abstract representation of the rolling tides in calming hues of blue ranging from light to dark. Made in the USA, each piece is printed on canvas and wrapped around a rectangular frame. Plus, the wall-mounting hardware is included, so this trio is ready to hang upon arrival.
Add a touch of natural inspiration to your walls with this woodsy graphic art print. This versatile design depicts a forest filled with trees in neutral gray, black, and white hues that pair perfectly with any color palette. At two feet tall and nearly four feet wide, this wrapped canvas is ideal for sprucing up wide open spaces, and it includes wall mounting hardware so you can hang it up right away.