An original artwork is not only a great way to enhance your home, but an expression of your personality. So, when you’re choosing an artwork for your small space, you want to make sure it’s perfect.
Artfinder, the world’s largest original art marketplace, shares some handy tips on how to enhance limited living spaces.
There are a few things to consider when choosing an original artwork for your living room. Make sure you know the dimensions of your wall space and determine what will fit. If you’re looking to fill a blank wall, a ready-to-hang framed or boxed canvas will do the trick.
Sharing meals with loved ones can be a special time to reconnect. Therefore, the artwork you choose should be the talking point. Position your artwork at the head of the table and catch your visitors’ eyes as they enter the room. If your wall space is already very limited, why not consider a small sculpture for the dining table? You don’t necessarily need ample wall space to own an original piece of art.
If you live in a studio or small apartment, it might be that your bedroom is also a part of your living space. If your walls are already taken-up by electricals or mirrors, incorporating free-standing framed artworks into your bedroom decor is still a very on-trend way of displaying original art.
With a little preparation and research, it’s easy to incorporate original artworks into your home, regardless of its size. And, with an enormous range of affordable pieces starting from £20, Artfinder is the best place to find a piece of art you’ll love for years to come.
Living Room Ideas
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Dining Rooms Ideas
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