- an attractive combination of vitality and glamour.
Want to inject some excitement into a room? Kick up the design of a boring space? Nothing adds visual value like a single, striking photographic print to wake up a rooms design style.
Large canvas prints with or with out a boarder frame stand out against a neutral background. Rather than wallpapering a room to achieve more visual excitement, simply hanging a very large image will make an modern design statement. Especially in modern homes and offices a large print announces your forward looking style and they are much easier to swoop out when the moods strikes or seasons change. You can have several large prints in storage waiting to be changed as within 10 minutes.
For the office the clean look of a large modern photographic print tells your clients that you are up to date with the times. No dust gathering dated faded art that never changes. Rather a big bold photographic print that reflects your tastes and interests. A large photographic print can start a conversation and project a confident, modern feeling to your clients.
In today’s home where the decor clashes with large screen televisions, you want your artwork to be as bold as the big screen. Splash some color across the living room with a large colorful print of Hawaii surfboards or take a more refined approach with fine art black and white photography but with a large bold format.
Metal prints that stand out from the wall are another option as well as Acrylic prints. More traditional homes may prefer a museum quality framed art piece, but don’t be afraid to go large either in a single framed piece or by grouping four 16 x 16 inch framed art prints in a square arrangement. Other ways to go big and bold is to create a wall of black and white framed work that can create a cohesive collection across the room or up a stair case. Give your visitors some excitement by providing some interesting artwork to view. Each home can be its own personal museum displaying the owners taste in a collection of fine art.
One downside of large art prints is the shipping costs. A way around this is to purchase the artwork rolled in a tube and have it framed locally. Your local framer can provide options for mounting paper prints and some will even create the framework for canvas prints. Ordering framed and matted work is also available but using acrylic instead of glass and ordering canvas or metal prints which are sturdier for shipping.