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Using Art in Your Home Decor - John B. Wilson

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John B. Wilson discusses using art in your home decor in this in-depth presentational blog. For more information, please visit JohnBWilson.info!

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Using Art in Your Home Decor - John B. Wilson

  1. 1. Using Art in Your HOme Decor John B. Wilson
  2. 2. When it comes to decorating a home, art pieces prove valuable, but often overlooked touches that can contribute to an elevated home design. By incorporating art into your home, you can add stylistic depth and personal flair to your rooms.
  3. 3. The Little Push Project | 2020 Consider Art Styles When decorating your home, consider which styles of art appeal to you the most and build up your collection. Are you drawn to abstract art or more traditional? Does your preference fall somewhere in the middle? Choose art that feels the most like an extension of your personality to hang inside of your home.
  4. 4. Once you’ve determined your artistic style and collected your pieces, you’ll have to consider what spaces the art will best suit. If your house is already painted and furnished to your liking, determine where your pieces best fit in your house. A white, modern living space will welcome a collection of vibrant abstract pieces.
  5. 5. Also consider the medium of the art you’re purchasing. Works such as oil or acrylic paint can provide added texture. If you’re looking to add art while remaining budget-conscious, consider opting for photo prints.
  6. 6. Don't be afraid to curate You don’t have to limit yourself to only one piece of art in a space. You can combine multiple pieces to create bigger, more dramatic focal points. No need to limit yourself to creating rows of artwork, either. You can arrange art pieces of various sizes and shapes to create collages of different scales.
  7. 7. Be Creative When it comes to incorporating art into your home decor, don’t be afraid to be creative and take artistic liberties. Design a room around a piece of art, or place art in unique spaces such as bathrooms or closets. Instead of leveling artwork, consider collages or leaning a group of paintings against a wall to add depth and originality to a room. Mix media and dimensions.
  8. 8. For more, visit johnbwilson.info Thank You.

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