As more and more of us look towards redecorating our living space, a small yet important piece of interior wall furniture craves for detailed attention. The final cherry on the icing is of course a nice piece of wall art. Here is a short guide into displaying original canvas art in your living space.
Let's take a look at one of the most essential pieces of interior home and office furnishings often forgotten by interior designers and generally when redecorating any working or living room. For some time now buying canvas art to add finishing touches to room settings have become somewhat of a necessity in modern design. We're always looking for something fresh and new to bring both light and life into newly decorated rooms. I would like to chat about how canvas art, in particular original art on canvas can transform your living space into a space where one can simply loose themselves in whilst adding that final finishing touch to your new interior designs.
Personally my favourite colour is red, deep vibrant reds and oranges in particular I'm interested in sunset themed art. I recently decorated my living space a subtle magnolia which is surrounded by dark stained furniture, brown and red cushions and a few other wooden ornaments also stained in a dark varnish. I personally have a passion for the ocean as well as sunsets so I was looking for something that was going to be bright, vibrant and powerful in making a bold statement about my lifestyle as a surfer. Above my dark leather sofa I decided to place a piece of triptych seascape canvas art set, which finished my living space off very nicely.
The same is said for anyone else looking to either colour match to their interior surrounding whether new or old, or looking for something that represents themselves as an individual. Choosing and buying a piece of canvas art is something that is greater and more rewarding than choosing wallpaper or paint. I do believe it is to be the final cherry on the icing if you like.
OK so let's say you want to add a piece of canvas art to your living space. Here are a few pointers to consider before you part with your hard earned cash. If you're buying original art which we assume you are here's what to look out for.
If you're getting a piece of canvas art to colour match your interior surroundings you can always send a sample piece such as wallpaper or carpet.
Ask the artist if the work you're to purchase will come with a COA (Signed certificate of authenticity.
Decide where the art will be displayed and make sure the size you're ordering will fit into the wall space you have.
These are just a few pointers but I'm sure as you begin your quest in finding the right piece of canvas art you'll add a few more to the list. Do some of your own research and see what the hottest trend in the canvas art world is currently. Whether you're into seascapes or cityscapes the designs and style choice is completely yours. So there you have it a simple guide into purchasing art for your living space, best of luck.