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How To Make The Most Of Your Art

We are obsessed by great wall art. Picture walls create instant impact and communicate your personality through displaying your own curated collection of artistic treasures.

Here are our 5 top tips for making picture walls a breeze...



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Don't get wrapped up in grids, tape measures and hammers. A relaxed gallery wall creates a casual yet connected display for one large focal point. Each frame doesn't have to match up neatly but ensure there is still a balance between sizes. Make a point of keeping it personal. A collection of art could be made up of your own photos, drawings and other memories: there's no reason why a holiday pic can't go next to a Picasso.


Go big! Oversized prints always make a statement, and enhance accents of colour as well as setting the tone for the rest of your decor. If your room is fairly monochrome, a burst of colour within the art will pop even more and simple typography prints will add a striking graphic element. Alternatively, match your art to the room instead of contrasting it. We love how these abstract prints can look so serene in a monochrome scheme or stand out against a contrasting wall colour!


Empty wall space under your stairs is the ideal style spot for a picture wall. If you don’t have stairs then look to places that would often be left ordinary. If you're unsure if it's going to look good, then lay each print out on the floor before hanging to avoid disappointment! This is a foolproof way to ensure a beautiful arrangement. Corridors and spaces around door frames are also surprisingly effective areas for making your art look incredible. Moreover, displaying your art around a piece of furniture is the perfect way to arrange your quirky display. Whatsmore, accessorising around your prints will bring the whole look together using marvellous adornments and mood lighting.


Art in the home doesn't have to be restricted to picture frames. Leaning your prints in a shelving display is also pretty unique, especially when teamed with eclectic objects of desire! Additionally, paring unique pieces with personal memories creates something so special and meaningful within your space. Mirrors, wall hangings and even lighting can definitely take part in your display. We love the idea of incorporating neon lighting into a picture wall for a showstopping centrepiece.


The wall behind your display has essentially been transformed into a canvas. Why should it be plain white? Use an area of your wall space to create a vignette that frames your oversized print or picture wall with black or bold colour for a totally unique feature. You could use wallpapers to add amazing texture and depth, get super creative and show it off! When in doubt, use our dazzling Zeitgeist paint, you really can't go wrong with this moody and magnificent chalky black.

Recreate this fabulous feature wall with the prints below:

  1. Bisbee Roadside Art Print
  2. I Love You Bird Tattoo Art Work By Brigitte Herrod
  3. Masked 2 VII Art Print By Amber Devetta
  4. LOVE Art Print 
  5. Everything Is Great Neon Art Print
  6. This Is The Place That They Call Fine-Art Print
  7. Running Boy Photography Art Print
  8. Gold Lovers Art Print

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