Make a Big Statement with Extra-large Art
Have you actually fallen in love with a item of art only to take it home and find it's difficult to appreciate from a distance? Both We and my wallet are quite familiar with this. Thanks to a $940 error involving a beautiful item of pop art my toilet got very lucky, as the colorful item is now perched happily right above it for everyone to see as they wash their hands. Not really precisely what I had in mind back at the gallery.
Something I've discovered to appreciate is the value of oversized art. From 5- by 9-foot black-and-white pictures to 8ft sculptures, rooms sporting considerable art prove that bigger is often better. In case you're on the fencing about buying a particular piece but afraid it will chomp up your entire room and swallow it, look into these spaces and think again.
When I were styling it for a photograph take, I'd bring out the blue and the yellowish by adding in five to ten objects sporting those two colors: a tiny patterned pillow on the club seat, tabletop accessories and organizers on the desk, then maybe a few graphic items on the bookshelves. Starting with art is always a safe wager for incorporating color. Keep in mind this quote: "Good art is just not match your sofa. inch
If a sizable image is too much for you to consume, a tone-on-tone pattern might be a great option. In this open, all-white space, the burst of red and its slight variation in tone really help break up what could or else become a sterile room. Ruby Baroque Tile from Art That Fits is a fantastic option for anyone up for shopping online.