I’ve had art on my mind lately as I’ve been working on expanding my own art prints online as well as updating the space around my house with personal and collectable pieces.
The symmetrical lattice art arrangement is timeless, as a pair displayed vertically or horizontally, as a triptych across a couch or bed, or large groups of the same frame varying the art or photography within the confines of a mat.
I’m not a huge fan of cluttered gallery walls with every inch filled in, I prefer to see a bit of space around the artwork or have it cleverly hung or rendered in an asymmetrical way that still feels balanced. I put together a few displays that I think inspired their creative approach to grouping with the “note to self” I wrote above.
scatter frame and small canvas on brass rail rack
summer house style
set a trio of sea paintings in a vintage wooden frame
serena & lily
featuring large and small canvas paintings in antique wooden frames
Group a set of even-numbered pencil frames and hang them asymmetrically
stack the smaller frames under the three rail-hung frames
the same space varies the size of the frame in a larger grid
hang groups of four as corner focal points
layer frames across a ledge of images of varying heights
set of abstract crumpled collection in golden frame
redith ellis design
layers of botanical prints on the walls and above the fireplace
spreading the art across long consoles, large scale and smaller formats, hanging and leaning
Cassandra on stage
make the arrangement follow the angle of the stairs
through apartment therapy
landscape pairs, one hanging, one tilted
make a trio on the right to balance the TV on the left
François and me
varying the size of the frame above the floating shelf
fill vertical space with asymmetrical arrangement
You might also like these examples of crowd art displays and or different ways to display black and white art.