Framed art pictures can be integrated into a living room design in different ways. A bold and bright print that catches the eye can serve as the focus, with furniture, colors, and accents that complete this space. Conversely, a landscape can arouse interest but otherwise adapt to the general topic and the design scheme. When it comes to decorating living rooms, wall art can really take up space. Here are some tips and ideas on how to integrate framed art pictures into your living room decor. Framed art pictures as focal points Many people choose to design their living room from a single print or a series of works of art. In this case, the wall art becomes the center of the room and the rest of the room is designed around it. If you choose this path, look for a bold and convincing impression like Tony Saladino’s Red
Cloud II. Here, the rich colors and decisive geometric shapes of this abstract art print can dominate a room and would work well in a scheme of modern, art deco or contemporary design work. Or you can use a vintage copy of the fine arts with a colorful ad from another era like Leonetto Cappiello’s Revel Umbrella. In this case, choose a more neutral color palette for the room, and then add coordinated red and yellow accents to bring the whole thing together. If you want your print to be the focus, pay special attention to the size. Finally, a 24×36 framed print will get a lot more attention than an 8×10 print, if you’ve fallen in love with a smaller print, try to find several others to complement this piece and hang them in Row against a single bare wall. If you choose a larger print, display it on an otherwise empty wall or
other prominent location, e.g. B. over the fireplace or the sofa. Other ideas for living room art If you want your wall art to blend into your living room decor instead of dominating it, you should carefully review your decor before buying your wall art. In this case, the framed art picture. It should serve to highlight the design scheme and improve the atmosphere and the overall appearance of the room. If your living room is decorated in a country style. Opt for a simple but colorful print like Jo Moulton’s red closet. Or, for a more traditional decoration theme, choose a classic landscape like Monets Chemin Dans Les Bles A Pourville. Black and white photography is a great option for wall art. It gives an elegant but subtle feel to a variety of design schemes. For example, Harold Silverman’s black and white
morning, with its mature black trees and barren landscape, can add interest and balance to a rustic setting. However, if your living room reflects the Old World style. The look is completed by accenting the theme with sepia maps and sky maps. Whether you want your art to dominate or emphasize your decor. Framed art prints add interest and depth to any design scheme. Think about your approach before choosing wall art for your living room. As this will help you create a coherent look that you can enjoy for years to come.
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