‘Your art should be in conversation with each other’ – how to coordinate wall decor in a room for a curated display – LivingETC

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‘Your art should be in conversation with each other’ – how to coordinate wall decor in a room for a curated display – LivingETC

‘Your art should be in conversation with each other’ – how to coordinate wall decor in a room for a curated display – LivingETC

 

It’s not all about gallery walls – our guide to coordinating wall art will help you make the most of your collection and enhance your scheme

 

 

Even compared to negotiating a layout or creating a balanced palette in a scheme, figuring out how to coordinate wall art in a room can be one of the trickiest tasks of interior design. No one wants a ready-made gallery wall that lacks personality and style – but if you have a well-curated collection of artwork that doesn’t necessarily have a thread that ties it all together, making these pieces work together in one space can be a challenge.

Whether you’re browsing for living room wall decor ideas or just want to know how to style your favorite pieces together, we’ve chatted to interior designers to get their advice on curating a cohesive look.

 

 

Play With Scale

Experimenting with size and scale can help provide a point of difference for artwork united in theme or color, making a scheme feel far more interesting and layered. ‘I love having different scaled art; groupings and large canvases, framed art, and just pulled canvases,’ says Susan Spath(opens in new tab), principal designer at Kern & Co.

 

 

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