Make One Strong Statement
One is a lucky number when you have a single impactful piece like a graphic print, drawing, painting or photograph. Its made all the more eye-catching when you hang it on a clean, white wall.
Take it to New Heights
Consider building your art arrangement vertically to add extra height and intrigue to a small-scale series.
Display on a Colored Wall
An array of black-and-white photos looks stunning against a vivid wall.
Stick to all black or all white matte frames, depending on what contrasts best with the color of the wall. Mix large and small photographs to keep the eye moving.
Frame in a Single Color
Frames in a single bright color create cohesion and unexpected pop.
Red is an ideal contrast to black and white, but consider other vibrant options such as electric blue. For a more sedate look try charcoal gray, and for a daring style statement opt for metallics like silver or gunmetal.
Cover an Entire Wall
Grow a room from the bottom up using black-and-white images in various sizes.
Hang prints about 12 inches up from the floor. Maintain a sense of consistency by continuing your art arrangement across often-neglected areas such as the space above a doorway or a narrow corner. To create a jolt of surprise, throw in one color photo.