Monday, February 7, 2011

Artwork Groupings

Is your room lacking drama? Everytime you walk into your living room, dining room, bedroom ( get the point) you feel like something is missing but you can't quite put your finger on it? Ask yourself if the room has a true focal point.

If you want to create instant drama in any space a good way to acheive this is by adding a grouping of artwork. This look, whether acheived in nuetrals or vibrant colors, adds an instant focal point. Think outside the box. Don't be afraid to mix art with objects. If you're placing this grouping over a piece of furniture or a fireplace, don't forget to incorporate the items on the table top or mantel in the overall design.

Remember: Have fun with it! Hang a few pieces and the look is complete, or continuously add to it to create an evolving design.
{Via Jamie Drake}
The epitime of drama, this artwork MAKES the room. Without it, it would be an overly matchy, louis xvi style parlor

{Via Decorology}
All the white in this room really grounds the space, and makes the artwork grouping speak for itself

{Via HGTV)
Obviously, the paint has a big impact in this room, but the artwork placed inside each stripe sets it off

{Via decorology}
I love this. Part inspiration board, part room decor--this proves groupings can be fun
{Via decorology}
All about balance, this display is rich in history

{Via Sarah Richardson}
Clean lines and neutral decor. This grouping is the focal point in a very subtle way
{Via Sarah Richardson}
Simply because one is not enough...
{Via Sarah Richardson}
I love how Sarah incorporated the sconce in her grouping
{Via Sarah Richardson}
This room is soft and comforting, yet there are 12 pieces of artwork over the sofa, point proven

{Via Sarah Richardson}
I love how the panel interupts the grouping, yet it still flows
{via hgtv}
With 9 pieces grouped together, it acts as one large piece AND adds a whole lot of drama over this night stand

{Via hgtv}
Clean and contemporary, but with the addition of one carved gold frame on top it suddenly becomes eclectic

{Via hgtv}
enough said.

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