How To Set Up Your Wall Art
Some living room wall art that is installed simultaneously will certainly be more interesting if there is a red thread that connects the wall art with each other. Choose images that have a theme, or have the same dominant color, the same scene or the same material. Another option, maybe you can put a wall art that has a storyline.
As in a music, rhythm determines the beauty of a composition. In the installation of this wall art, the rhythm can be obtained from the game spacing (the distance between wall art), the size or shape of your wall art. This rhythm will usually be able to determine the mood of the wall art composition. It can mean a mood that is flat, energetic, calm, or wavy. When you put your wall art in the same spacing and size, the mood you can get is tranquility. Whereas if you set the rhythm by playing the size of large and small, vertical and horizontal, then your space mood will become more dynamic.
Here is what you need to consider in arranging the wall art in your home:
– Focal point
The tendency for people to look is first to one of the most dominant objects in space. Take advantage of this trend by starting your composition from the most dominant wall art. If this dominant wall art is already installed, then you can attach another wall art around this dominant wall art. This will make your composition more unified.
– Negative spaces
Another alternative is to create a negative space. Note the color of your interior walls. In principle, you should install a wall art that has a high degree of color contrast against the wall area where the wall art will be installed. If the color of your walls tends to be dark, attach wall art that has a bright dominance color, and vice versa.
Proportion creates balance. Some people tend to judge that proportion is related to size. This is not entirely true. Proportion relates to your taste and comfort in seeing a composition, how the wall art that one appears together with other wall art.