Decorating the Entryway: Framed Art

Art is the most personalized decor feature in a room. It has the ability to showcase one’s personality and style without any explanation. Framed art is a fantastic opportunity to introduce ones own family picture into the room as well as create symmetry and unity in a space.

Photography based art, painting or mixed media are a few example of framed art. In terms of context, nature including flowers and animals are the most common art displayed in homes. Nature provides a serene and calming image that can transform the space with colour and patterns.  The scale of these type of art range from 8′.5″ by 11′ to as large as 48′ by 48′, additionally there are custom size. Along with size are the unique frames, some artist may simplify their frame design by having a neutral frame such as white, grey, brown and black. While other artist ensure that the frames are an extension of the image, therefore the frame may include metal, gold and antique finish.

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Standard size frames are the probably the most used frames in a home, as result, it’s important to be creative. One way is to mix different picture frame colour and sizes, this allows for an eclectic look. Frame colours can vary from white, black, brown and gold, this mixture of colours and materials creates a fun and exciting look. Family photos and  vacation trips are just some of the photos that can be displayed in these standard size picture frames.

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