A common mistake people make in decorating their walls is to sprinkle things around just to fill empty space. Instead, imagine a rectangle on the main focal wall in the room you wish to dress up. Fill that rectangle with a grouping of themed art to make an impact at less of a price. We suggest multiples.
Only have the funds to pick out one great piece of art? No problem. Pick one oversized print you really love. Hanging one oversized print on a wall can make a sizeable impact -- which makes both your budget and the space you're decorating seem larger!
Selecting pre-framed pieces can help you save considerably on both time and funds. Many sites such as art.com let you order a pre-framed piece of wall décor, framed by in-house design experts, giving your space a sophisticated, finished look at a fraction of the cost.
Like ingredients in a recipe, artwork and objects can be grouped in different combinations to produce completely unique effects. Start by identifying one main focal piece and then arrange the other objects around it, incorporating inexpensive accent pieces or objects you already own to further stretch your budget.
You don't necessarily need a large, blank wall available to update your space. Liven up those boring old bookcases, mantels, fireplace screens and stairwells by using them to showcase your wall art. Displaying art in unexpected areas can make a vibrant unique statement.
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