Traditionally, everybody is handing art on wall at eye-level. But why not being creative about it. There are many other options for those who like to mix things up. We picked 7 of our favorite ways of displaying art. Get some inspiration and ideas to recreate these amazing art walls in your home.
1. LEAN AND LAYER ON THE FLOOR
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Layering and leaning several different sized pieces of artworks on the floor will add depth to the collection and draw the eye down, which is specailly good for rooms with high ceilings and will make it a cozier feel. Just make sure to keep everything else in the room at a lower level so the artwork wouldn’t get lost.
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2. HANG WALL ART AROUND A CORNER
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Hanging artwork around a corner moves you through the space and adds another dimension to the display. It could also be a great way to draw your eye toward a focal point.
3. OVERSIZED ARTWORK
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Oversized artworks make your room more spacious. This is one of the best solutions if you want to make your ceiling look higher. For the best result use vertial framed pictures. The walls will look taller, so the distance between the ceiling and floor will also seem higher.
4. LAYER WALL ART ON SHELVES
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If you like clean lines and minimalism, set parallel shelves. Lean your art on each level for a stylish gallery wall. You can layer them and place them side by side.
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5. HANG UNFRAMED ART PRINTS FROM A WIRE
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If you line unframed artworks, use a wire, clotheline ro transparent cord to hand your prints from. This method of hanging is very easy, not expensive at all, and the results is stunning.
6. HANG THE ART ON A WIRED GRID WALL
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This method is one of our fovourites. You can make a mood board for your workspace or your bedroom. It is very trendy and gives your wall an amazing look and feel.
7. MAKE AN ORGANIZED CHAOS ON THE WALL
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To make a fascinating gallery wall, you can take several different sized artworks and set them in way that looks chaotic. Don’t be afaid to mix framed artworks with unframed ones or other materials.