Art Prints & Paintings

Art Prints & Paintings

Wall art covers many artistic possibilities. You can choose decal wall art, especially suitable for kids rooms and bathrooms. Wood wall art and metal wall art can include sculptures, carvings and reliefs in abstract and contemporary designs. Canvas wall art includes oil paintings; hand painted and canvas prints and posters.

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How do I find the right wall art?

It can be hard to know what kind of wall art will complement your space. From canvases featuring birds and nature to abstract shapes and colours, there’s a whole world of wall prints and paintings available for you to choose from. Here are a few steps to help you pick a wall art piece:

1. Decide on location:

Before you pick a piece, know where it’ll go. The wall colour, space on the wall and level of light in the room will dictate your choice.

2. Narrow it down:

Find five or so pieces that you like that are in the correct size and colour palette.

3. Get a second opinion:

Ask a friend or family member to help you decide. Even if you don’t like their pick, you’re one step closer to discovering your preference.

How do I choose the right size art?

Depending on where it’s placed, wall art will either be the centrepiece of the room or simply supplement your other decor. Knowing this purpose will help you decide what size piece to purchase.

Some may prefer their paintings to dominate the wall and others may lean toward something more subtle. As long as your piece is smaller than the space allocated to it, you’re free to experiment with both large sizes and small.

How much wall art is too much?

When decorating your walls with art, you’ll want to be mindful of creating a balance in your home. If just one wall in your living room is covered in paintings, the others may look bare and uncomfortable in contrast.

That’s not to say every wall needs a picture. A good rule of thumb is less is more to start off with. Hang a few key pieces you love around your home and add more later if you think it’s necessary.

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