I am Hind! a new Mom who’s bought ardour for art, graphic design and photography. Owns Nature Whisper E-shop ,and the writer of a pilot family lifestyle blog. Welcome and take your time to go searching.
As a rule of thumb, art work ought to be placed no more than 5 to 9 inches above a sofa and not more than seven to ten inches above a table. The position of your artwork also needs to relate to its environment. As a suggestion for proportion, one or more footage (including mirrors or different wall décor) should cowl about 2/three of the wall area above the piece of furnishings. For instance, if in case you have a 6 foot broad couch, plan on a single picture or an arrangement that is about 4 toes extensive and centered above the sofa.
Think about integrating a medley of textures present in natural parts like wood or jute, the shimmer and worn patina of metals, the opulence of silk or the distinctive reflective luster of glass. Orchestrating completely different textures not solely provides the a lot needed dimension and motion to an area but also makes it really feel complete.
Tara – Somehow your comment/questions slipped by the cracks. I don’t know in the event you’ll be again to check but I needed to reply your query – Yes, you’ll be able to completely mix in canvases with frames. When you take a look at the first image initially up above it reveals my photograph wall and I’ve two black & white canvases anchoring every end of the arangement. The canvases could be situated anywhere in the arrangement.
Hello everyone! My name is Shivangi Nagarajan, and I’m a home decor enthusiast, a plant lover, and a Bharatanatyam dancer. I imagine that art and sweetness may be present in every part, be it in nature surrounding you, in artwork, or even in lovely ideas. My weblog, Kadak Chai Talks” is an amalgamation of my wanderings and ramblings as I discover design, art, and sweetness. Being a student of dance has given me an aesthetic eye for element and design, and I’ve tried to include this in several methods in my humble abode.