What about no color at all? Black and white photography such as “Sky of Stars” by Agustin Ferreiro adds a more personal feel to the workspace. The stunning shot invites natural beauty into the focus of the office.
One of the beautiful things when adding art prints to your home is styling it in a way that reveals nuance, elegance, and different atmospheres. Just as the angles of brushstrokes, dots of color, or a slightly off-center focus can change the entire energy of a grand masterpiece, so can the details of home decor shift the mood of a room.
Here are some simple things to keep in mind to help match your art style with your style.
ARVIVID has a selection of colorful art from bright acrylics to dramatic grayscale. “Tulip Fields” by Rob Weizel is a perfect example of the nuance in color that ties the room together. Transferring tones from the piece into the other accents of the room provide charming winks of color from the burgundy chair, periwinkle flowers, and golden-hued vases. The wall art serves as an anchor for the palette of the room in quirky and delightful synchronicity between art and lifestyle.
ARVIVID’s broad selection of sizing options fit any scale. Large oversized works can dominate the space with a clear mood while smaller works invite viewers to have closer encounters with the details. Take this stunning statement piece “Rocky Mountain” by John Wong, one of ARVIVIDs many limited edition prints. The rest of this living room revolves around its luxurious and elegant presence. A smaller print might risk being lost on the large wall or looking awkward amongst the grandeur of the other furnishings.
For gallery or inspiration walls that use a variety of sizes, using a paper cutout of the same dimensions of each piece can help visualize the outcome before drilling any holes in the walls!
Besides the classic mantelpiece or couch placement, wall art can exist in any area of your home. Keep in mind the eyeline of the area you are decorating to create an easy and natural viewing experience; for sitting rooms lower, and for hallways and kitchens higher. Resting frames against the walls or on bookshelves creates a relaxed mood and provides a practical fix for those undecided on hanging pieces. Don’t hesitate to find art even for those seemingly dead areas of your space. In this design, “Nature Depicting Nature” by Amar Habeeb brightens up the dead space in a classy living room.
In this unique design, “London Corner” by Sebastian Bellia completes a corner turning a random setup into a cozy nook perfect for studying or reading.
Whatever the piece, choose art with the vision and curiosity to see how it can fit your space in new ways. And if you need a helping hand, ARVIVID Art Concierge service can help you take stress out of styling your space with art.