Placing Artwork flush to the edge of the Wall...

Placing Artwork flush to the edge of the Wall...

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Jonathan
Sep 26, 2007

Flush left? Flush right? Justified? Placing artwork on a blank wall is great way to add that personal touch. It's a pretty common inclination to want to place it centered, usually above a major piece of furniture. However, the arrangement of your home isn't always centered, so why should your artwork position be? We've been seeing a lot great examples of artwork placement being flush to the edges of walls...

We think it gives the whole room a fresh modern feel. It forces you to treat the artwork as an additional "piece" to the room, and not just an "accessory." Have any of you placed your artwork in this way? Send us your pics! or tag your flickr image with apartmenttherapyla. We'd love to see your ideas!

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