If you have touble in hanging small pieces wall art paintings, this article will help you figure out on how to hang small canvas art.
How to arrange wall art in living room?
Hanging canvas painting in a group is a great way to make use of small wall art to create a larger canvas art above your living room couch or bedroom headboard. You can also hang small piece canvas wall art in groups in your staircase or hallways.
Firstly, you need to decide which artworks you want to hang together. Use a common characteristic, for example, the same color scheme or similar subjects. The artworks in your group should have a common characteristic to work together.
First of all, make sure that the total size of the group is not too large or too small for the space. You can place the canvas art on the floor and arrange them on your carpet, do this near the wall you are going to decorate.
In this way, you can check the size of the group painting, you can also play around with the arrangements on your floor before permanently boring holes on your wall. Rearrange the paintings until you are happy with the result.
Hang each piece 2 cm apart from each other. This can facilitate balance and cover more wall space. Use one of the canvas art as a focal point and work around it.
Normally, a large canvas will be your focal point that binds your group together. Hang smaller canvas artworks above or beside the biggest one. The largest painting keep your grouping grounded as the base painting.
For smaller spaces use bigger painting and smaller painting for narrow or tight walls. If you are going to decoarte a large wall, it is also good to hang canvas art sets more than 2 inches apart, however, make sure all paintings are look united and boned together.
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