Adding artwork to your home is the perfect way to personalize your space. But sometimes, one statement piece is not enough! For the creative collectors out there, here’s our guide to enriching your walls with multiple artworks.
Arranging artwork in a grid is a stylish way to blend modern taste with a classic gallery aesthetic. Artwork styled and hung in an even grid gives a bold impression. The symmetry and uniform arrangement of the pieces creates a single high impact image. This curatorial technique imbues the room with order, balance, and a contemporary aesthetic. Raul de la Torre’s abstract pieces make a contemporary and powerful statement over this kitchen banquette.
Interior Design by Casa Vita Home
Using a grid to frame a space is another way to activate otherwise vacant walls with eye catching artwork. Here, Dave Malone’s intriguing Poured III series is arranged in two parallel grid columns. This works to emphasize the high ceilings in this room and decorate the negative space surrounding the chandelier with beautiful art.
Interior design by Katherine Crosby, Jenkins Baer Associates
For an eccentric twist on the basic grid, try arranging artwork in a balanced grouping. Curating art in this way creates organic visual harmony without the restriction of symmetry and order. Arranging Hunt Slonem’s bunnies in a linear cluster emphasizes the individuality of each piece, while still unifying them as a contemporary collection.
Marshall Noice’s pastel landscapes look especially magical when arranged together in a group. They feed off of each other’s vibrant energy, bringing life and imagination to this sophisticated neutral space.