Artwork Ideas for the Living Room

A living room can often look incomplete without artwork. 

People consider their living rooms as a place to relax and socialize with others. Choosing the correct art can help extenuate this, providing a kind of medication or meditation to give you a sense of relaxation and pleasure.

Did you know artwork can make you happy?

According to various scientific evidence, when you see art, feel-good hormones and stress-reducing hormones are released. Consequently, the viewer feels relaxed, making your living room the perfect place to display artwork.

How to Select the Best Artwork for Your Living Room?

There is no need to have many artwork pieces in your living room.

According to the size of your living room, you can decide the number of pieces you need and their sizes. There should not be more than two or three large artwork pieces, overdoing it can confuse the feel of the room.

First, select the wall or position where you want to place the artwork. Make sure it is visible from different directions and capable of creating a visual impact. We would then suggest marking the areas and sizes out on the wall with masking tape.

The size of the artwork is totally your choice according to the wall and available area. You can pick anything you love, and that gives you inner satisfaction.

Everyone has a different taste when it comes to artwork, we recommend you gravitate to what you like, and what could help create a relaxing environment.

A correctly selected artwork is fascinating; it compels the viewer to enjoy and appreciate its creativity and elegance. If you often entertain others, you may want to think about a bold statement piece to create a visual impact in the room.

The color of the artwork also plays a very significant role. Ask yourself the question, do I want to complement or contrast the existing colours and décor of the living room? 

Another important decision to make while selecting artwork is its frame. A frame not only protects the artwork but also enhances its elegance once hung and can be chosen in a variety of different colours and finishes to either contrast or complement the artwork.

Lighting, another important factor that can increase the impact of your artwork. Low lighting can reduce the visual impact, likewise intense lighting. Think carefully about where to position your art so it is suitably lit.

If you need any help in selecting the best artwork for your living room, please Contact Us and we will be happy to help.