Investing in beautiful pieces of art
Updated: Nov 30, 2021
Investing in beautiful pieces of art for your home will always be an enjoyable undertaking
and there’s nothing quite like seeing your living spaces come to life with my unique reflection landscape art prints of Town's and City's
Paintings and so on.
But knowing how to display them so they always look their best is also key - and it can be tricky to get right the first time, if you’ve never done anything like this before.
So, with that in mind, here are a few hints and tips to help make sure you show your investments off at their
Work out your arrangement first
If you have a group of frames you want to hang on the wall, cut some paper to the size of the frames and arrange them on the floor first so you can best decide how you want to hang them.
Focus on the eyeline
Hanging pictures so they are in your eyeline means you’ll be able to appreciate them more fully.
Don’t feel that just because you’ve got a blank wall you need to hang something there if it’s not a place you’ll find yourself looking. You want to see your art and really enjoy it as much as you can.
Keep art out of the sun
You need to protect your investments and this means hanging them up so they’re not in direct sunlight.
If you do leave artwork in the sun, you’ll likely find the prints and pictures fade
To really show your artwork off, a good frame is an absolute must so don’t be afraid to shell out as this will show case you picture and make it look really
elegant and stylish, something you will be proud of.
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