Do you feel like buying art doesn’t come naturally to you? Well, you’re not alone. Art should be something that you enjoy looking at every day. Art is the perfect way to make your home feel true to your personality and style.
Confused as to where to start choosing accessories and art?
When choosing art you need to keep the large pieces above a buffet or sofa less within the piece you’re hanging it above, so if your buffet is 5’ wide your art should be less than 60” to keep in in proportion to your buffet. Otherwise it will look top heavy in the room.
Fine art is a painting, while gallery walls can be photos or a collage of smaller art pieces. Neat rows of photos or a large collage of smaller photos can create a wall that is unique to your style. One large statement piece can be the focal point of a room. Leave the other walls bare or to a minimum that way you can bring in other elements that are lacking in the room. Fun accessory pieces or texture with pillows or an area rug can be the way to tie in the whole theme of the room.
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Wall art is something that you typically hang on the wall to create art. Eco friendly reclaimed pine, embossed iron wall tiles, antique tin ceiling tiles, agate stones encased in a shadow boxes are just a few of ways to bring wall art to your décor.
Using mirrors in a room is a perfect way to bounce natural light around a room. Mirrors can open a room or a smaller space by using what light you to have to reflect around the room. You can use groupings of smaller mirrors to create a focus wall, just as you would if using photos or art.
We have many ideas for you to finish your room in style with art, accessories and mirrors. Call us today for your free in home consultation.
Let Ambiance Home Interiors help you choose a piece that will reflect your personal style and define your home. Uttermost makes great home accessories, art and lighting that truly finish a room. Whether you are traditional, transitional, or contemporary there are pieces that add quality and comfort to your home.