Last week I shared all about my favorite new spring artwork! Today I’m going to share all of the different ways you can display it: 6 ways to display artwork in your home!
1. Leaning Artwork
I have leaning artwork all over my home! A go-to of mine is to lean artwork in front of a mirror, like on my console table above, and my dresser below.
I also love to add artwork leaning on my shelves, like above.
Think outside the box with your leaning artwork! I love it in a kitchen leaning against a backsplash, like above.
2. A Gallery Wall
Next, a gallery wall is a great way to add artwork to an empty wall! A gallery wall is perfect for above a desk, sofa, console table or dresser!
3. Oversized Artwork
Oversized artwork is the easiest way to fill a large space! Above in my entryway, I have an oversized piece above my console table.
And in my living room, shown above, we hung a large piece above our fireplace.
I love an oversized piece both with, and without, matting. The older photo above shows a piece that I had framed with a mat, but the entryway one in the first shot is without. It’s just a matter of preference!
4. Stacked Artwork
The 4th way I love to display artwork throughout my home is by stacking 2 pieces, like above in my living room.
In my dining nook above, I have stacked one vertically and one horizontally. I love them both ways!
5. Layered Artwork
Next, layering a piece of artwork leaning in front of an oversized piece is a fun & unique way to display artwork!
6. Hanging Artwork
And last, but definitely not least, is what we all likely consider the typical way to hang artwork. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. Layer it above a coat rack, like above.
Or, hang a piece of artwork above a bedside table a bit lower than you typically would, like above. I love the look of layered decor pieces in front of the artwork
Or, hang a different object above it, like the clock above in my kitchen!
Lastly, I love the look of a smaller piece above a bed, like above. When we did a makeover on this bedroom a couple of years ago, I had an oversized piece framed with the intention of hanging it above the bed, but I didn’t love the look. So, I went smaller and am so happy with it!
printing & framing:
If I buy a digital art print, I always have them printed at Mpix.com – giclee print on their fine art paper.
Regarding the frames on the artwork, some of them are custom framed from a local frame shop, a few of my art pieces I bought framed, and some frames I have purchased. Find my favorite frames here.