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Deciding what goes up your wall is not the end of creating an impressive canvas wall art. With paintings, just nailing them to the wall isn’t always the best way.
You can get really creative with the ways you set up your amazing paintings and other artworks on your walls. There are a lot of subtle as well as obvious aesthetic factors that you need to consider when adding a painting to your canvas wall art.
Here are a few ways you can jazz up your canvas wall art by hanging the paintings a bit differently:
A frame gives a painting a more formal look. If you decide this is the look you want, then framing the painting is a great idea. Customizing the frame for your artwork can be expensive. However, you can get reasonably priced ready-made frames from home décor outlets and art stores. You can even discover suitable frames at thrift shops or even yard sales. Refurbish the frames with varnish or paint and you’re good to go. Be sure to have the measurements of your canvas before you set out for the frame hunt!
Pretty ribbons for a pretty room. Again, keep the desired look of the room in mind. Wiring the canvas from the back isn’t the only option. Attach a couple of pieces of ribbons to the right and top left sides of the canvas and tie it into a neat ribbon, leaving some room between the canvas and the knotted ribbon. You and your guests can see the ribbon above the canvas. However, make sure not to use too many printed designs and patterns on the ribbon; you want the focus to remain on the artwork!
This works best for hallways. You can group together various small pieces of artworks to cover an extended area of a wall, like the one in a hallway. This is an ideal way to cover your bare walls if you have a lot of empty space and have small canvases. Furthermore, the multitude of artworks is an excellent way to interest your guests as they will walk by your wall, looking at the artworks one by one. The grouping works best when the artworks are on a similar subject.
In addition to hallways, arranging your artworks in a row works wonderfully for staircases and long corridors. You can even apply this arrangement in your dining room or living room. The best way to go about it is to get the art sets in 3 to 5 pieces of artworks that can collectively make up one painting. The canvas art sets can have many artwork pieces in the same size or even in different sizes, making them an offset canvas.
It’s up to you how you actually go about setting up your canvas wall art pieces. Your style, preference, house etc. will determine the best way to create an impressive interior adorned with canvas wall art. Whichever way you use to hang the canvas wall art, make sure it doesn’t overshadow the artwork itself!