When hanging your artwork on a wall, remember that it doesn't always have to go in the middle. As seen in the June 2008 Metropolitan Home, designer Barry Dixon played around with this configuration while decorating this home for Pat McGeehin...
He placed a series of frames to wrap around a corner. It defines the seating area, and also keeps your eyes moving around the room, which is also a good tip in a small space. Interesting to note how he broke up the grouping just for the bottom row. It sort of gives the illusion of a chair rail. Has anyone done this at home?
Check out the rest of the rooms that Dixon did of the McGeehin home at the PointClick Home site. (We are loving the blue/green accents in the house!)
[ image by Coleen Duffley for Metropolitan Home ]