How Do I Put The Pictures On The Wall?

We teach you to create a composition of paintings with different elements: sheets, drawings, prints, old paintings … Place paintings like a decorator!

1. MEASURE AND VISUALIZE

Before you start creating wall art comps or start drilling holes, delimit the space your composition will occupy. This imaginary frame will help you define the perfect place for each piece.

2. THREE SHEETS, SAME AESTHETIC

This composition of paintings on the wall consisting of three decorative sheets with black and white landscapes helps to raise the ceilings and make it appear that they are higher. On the sideboard, they do not fail.

3. DIFFERENT SIZES THAT FORM A SQUARE

And it does not have to be several paintings of the same size: the key is that the composition they form on the wall corresponds to an almost perfect rectangle. Above the sideboard, it is ideal for a hall or the wall with more force in the dining room.

4. THREE THE SAME, ONE DIFFERENT

In the grinder composition, you can choose three paintings with the same frames and one that makes a difference. Also, their systems for hanging them differ. If you want a composition of paintings for the living room, this option is ideal to put on top of a sideboard or a dresser.

5. IDEAL DISTANCE

The smaller the squares, the less distance between them you should leave. The bigger the bigger. Ideally, the minimum distance is 5 cm.

6. A COMPOSITION OF VERTICAL FRAMES

Several vertical pictures on the wall will create the feeling that the ceilings are higher. In horizontal, on the contrary, it is suitable for corridors or on sofas with more than three seats.

 

Tags: apartments, decorations, home decor, interior design, pictures on the wall, product design, walls

Author: Renata Kralevska

 

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.

 

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