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7 Creative Ways to Display Your Artwork at Home

7 Creative Ways to Display Your Artwork at Home

Are your walls looking a bit on the bare side? Do you have plenty of artwork but you are not quite sure how to go about hanging it around your home without turning it into an art gallery? An all white background is going to make any piece of work stand out and a stunning gold frame can do wonders. However, when there is a limited amount of space in the home, you want to know how you can make your wall art look as good as the rest of the decor in your home. If you want to give your home the wow factor, here are some ideas to get you started.

1.The Unexpected

You don’t need a wall, hammer and nails to display a piece of artwork. Propping it up in the middle of a bookcase looks interesting, unassuming, and beautiful. You can experiment with size and colour such as specks of faint gold and bright orange.

2.The Overlap

The overlap effect looks great when wall art is placed on shelves. This look gives the room a trendy look with minimal effort. The more art pieces you have the more dramatic and cool the effect.

3. Framed and Unframed

All artworks don’t have to be framed and neither do they have to be the same size. Use a mixture of big, small and medium pieces of wall art framed and unframed on the same wall to create depth. This looks especially good over elegant accessories or above a side cabinet.

4. Floating Shelves

Floating shelves are a great alternative to hanging artwork on walls. You can also turn it into a fun DIY experience by painting the shelves to match the pieces of wall art.

5. Frame More Than One Piece

Who says you can only put one piece of artwork in a frame? Grab yourself a large frame and arrange several pieces of artwork in it.

6. Clipboard Gallery

If you’ve got loads of small pieces of artwork, you can arrange them onto clip boards and then hang the clip boards on the wall. Think about it like a well arranged mood board, providing you with just as much flexibility together with some structure.

7. Art Mobile

Create your own art mobile by using pieces of string to hang your prints on a branch or rod. You can make things look extra snazzy by using multicolored clothes pins.

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