Do all walls need art?

There are very few instances when you need to place a picture on every wall in your home. The art of deciding what should go on the wall involves considering other décor elements. A picture should add depth and warmth to your design. A picture should be an intricate design element to your overall décor.

How much art should you have on your walls?

The art should consume about two-thirds of the wall space above a piece of furniture for suitable spacing — a bed or sofa and its side tables reads as a single unit. If the artwork now seems too close together, remove a piece and rework the group’s spacing so that each piece hangs comfortably apart.

How do I know what to hang on my wall?

  1. Vary the numbers of number of items on each wall (so you don’t have the same number of art pieces on each wall).
  2. Use a variety of types and shapes of objects on the walls around the room for more interest.
  3. Pay attention to scale.

Why do we need wall art?

Wall art creates a finishing element that brings the room’s furniture, decor, lighting, and color palette harmoniously together. With the right wall art, your room will go from functional to functional and fabulous.

Do we need art in our lives?

Art gives us immeasurable personal and social benefits. We rely on the arts to help us through difficult times. Art reminds us that we are not alone and that we share a universal human experience. Through art, we feel deep emotions together and are able to process experiences, find connections, and create impact.


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