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Most Frequently Asked Questions – Wall Art

by Iqra Tariq April 08, 2021 3 min read

As always we are here to bring ease to you. We are here to guide you with our best of knowledge. Wall art is the final touch that brings a room together and makes it feel done. It's the extra touch that elevates your room from merely functional to looking as if it should be featured in an interior design magazine.

But there is a lot of question regarding wall art placement where to place the artwork? What should be the size of the artwork and many more? So this article would help you answer your all queries.

  1. How much art will I need for a specific area like a long empty corridor?

People often misinterpret that hanging wall art everywhere around the home is compulsory. But this is a misconception. A single long piece of wall art looks appropriate on the long empty wall of your long walls of the living room. A perfect masterpiece of canvas wall art can bring your home a whole new life.

  1. How high should I hang my artwork?

Wall art must be placed at eye level or slightly above. Wall art should be placed at the central position of the room. It should be placed where you can get all the possible attention of the viewer. So technically, wall art should be placed eye level, above the couch, or above the headboard.

  1. Should you put art on every wall?

No, it is not compulsory to put art on every wall. Of course, you are not going to hang a piece of art all over your home. Select one wall and place artwork on that wall and see a clear difference. 

  1. What is trending in wall art?

Wall art itself is trending in this era. People give keen importance to interior designing including wall art. Wall art can be done by different means. Such as placement of accents, hanging of canvas wall art, wall art wallpapers, bold paint colors to enhance the outlook of the room. Canvas wall art is the most common and trendy form of wall art.

  1. What type of paintings should be in a living room?

Paintings should be placed according to the taste of your personality. If you love artistic effects then you should go for creative artwork. Though specifically, a living room is a place of a greeting, so you should hang a very joyful and colorful piece of artwork there.

  1. How much wall art is too much?

For proper spacing, the art should take up about two-thirds of the wall space above a piece of furniture, a bed or sofa with its side tables reads as a single object. Remove a piece and rework the group's spacing so that each piece hangs easily apart if the artwork is now too close together.

  1. How should I arrange my paintings on the wall?

One of the most popular decorating blunders is hanging art too far. Since most people sit in living rooms, artwork should be put on a lower floor. Hanging artwork one hand width above the sofa is a safe way to make sure it's at the right height.

  1. How can I display a lot of pictures on my wall?

For example, a nice place for them would be on the wall behind the sofa or over the fireplace. You can also choose to greet your guests with a beautiful wall of family portraits. Display them on the wall opposite the front door so those entering can see them.

  1. Do gallery wall frames have to match?

It all depends upon your choice and preferences. But the formation of a combination can give an instant catch to the eye. If picture frames are a part of your home's décor, you may be wondering whether they should all fit or whether it's easier to mix it up a little. Although the bottom line is undoubtedly a matter of personal preference, so you can arrange the picture frames all fit to achieve a contemporary and trendy look.           

  1. Why do we need wall art?

We can process our experiences by creating and viewing art. Art allows us to express ourselves and comprehend the world around us. We are one of a kind when it comes to our desire to develop and participate in the arts. We still do it today. The arts bring us together by depicting shared experiences and allowing us to convey our unique perspectives.