Captivate With Multiples
Nothing adds drama to a room like a statement wall that’s covered in framed artwork arranged in a neat grid. And the look can range from bold and graphic, like a large colorful piece that’s divided into multiple frames, to simple and subtle, like the series of similarly soft-toned maps in this room.
Impact With Triptychs
An easy and attractive idea for blank walls is to put up a triptych or an art piece that’s divided into three panels. Hung next to each other, the art recalls a beautiful decorative screen and is sure to instantly draw the eye. In this room, the triptych’s color palette is echoed in the pillows and accessories, which gives the room a cohesive look.
Take an unconventional approach to diptychs and artworks that come in pairs by hanging them far apart instead of alongside each other. Doing so can really add impact, and the art won’t seem randomly brought together. Or try the same look with matching artworks in bright colors, which can enliven a kid’s room.