Large abstract wall art can be hard to find in the right size and design. Check out these tips and tricks. I have been looking for over a year for the perfect pieces. You can imagine my surprise when I found 2 sets that would work in my keeping room.
How to Pick Large Abstract Wall Art
- Measure your space to determine the size of art you need - I like to center my pictures in the space leaving an equal amount on either side of the art.
- Decide how many pieces of art you want - I stacked 2 pieces of large abstract wall art as I have a big space to fill and it helps take your eye all the way up the fireplace.
- Determine a theme: bright colors, muted, geometric - I wanted a muted color palette so I didn't take away from the fireplace too much.
- Do you want them framed or the canvas look - I wanted the canvas look as I like the matte look for this space.
How to Install Art Work
When hanging 1 picture the center of the artwork should be eye level. It can get a little tricky to hang 2 large abstract wall art. Start by hanging the bottom piece of art a little lower than were art would usually be. Space the upper picture 1 inch above the lower piece and hang it.
These canvas' are very light weight, rather than putting holes in the wall I used command strips to hang them up. This also allows me to change them and adjust them if their position isn't just right.
I couldn't decide which set I liked the best so I hung them both up to decide. I love the larger more subtle look of the line canvas'. Shop Here However, I also like the bolder abstract art that is a little smaller. Shop Here Both work in the space for different reasons!