10 Dynamic Ways To Display Your Artwork

10 Dynamic Ways To Display Your Artwork

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Sarah Rae Smith
Dec 27, 2011

When it comes to artwork we're not ones to tell people what sort of things they should be collecting or hanging in their home. That said, there are excellent examples of how to present the things you love and how they work with your surroundings. Here's 10 dynamic ways to show the world the pieces you choose to surround yourself with, just watch for the blue arrows!

TOP ROW
• 1 Framing Unusual Items like Chris & Erin's Farmhouse Add-On
• 2 Repeating Frame Shape and Size like Mark's Original Mid Century Modern
• 3 Max It Out & Fill It Up like Tim & D'Arcy's Modern Eclectic in The Junction
• 4 Display Your Collections like Perry & Lestat's Colorful Romanian Home
• 5 Minimalism Balances Quirkiness like Laura's Mid-Century Melrose Place

BOTTOM ROW
• 6 Small Space = Small Layered Collections like Nina's Styled Studio
• 7 Go Big Or Go Home like Robert's Art Collection in a Storybook Home
• 8 Coordinating Frame Colors like Drew's Vintage Bohemian View
• 9 Make a Perfect Grid like Kelly's Retro Artist Loft in Downtown LA
• 10 Place Unusual Finds In Bold Places like Keith & Sara's Outside In - Inside Out Modern Farmhouse

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