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Find art for your

Living room

Choosing the right wall art for your living room can be a daunting task, but it's also an opportunity to express your personal style and create a space that you love. Here are a few tips to help you get started: Consider your style. What kind of art do you like? Do you prefer abstract paintings, landscapes, or photographs? Once you have a general idea of your style, you can start to narrow down your options. Think about the size of your wall. You don't want to overwhelm your space with a piece of art that's too large, or make it feel empty with a piece that's too small. A good rule of thumb is to choose a piece of art that is about 2/3 the width of the wall. Consider the height of your furniture. If you have a large sofa or other pieces of furniture in your living room, you'll want to hang your art high enough so that it doesn't get lost behind the furniture. A good rule of thumb is to hang your art so that the center of the piece is about 57 inches from the floor. Choose a focal point. If you have a fireplace or other focal point in your living room, you'll want to hang your art above it. This will help to draw attention to the focal point and create a sense of balance in the room. Experiment with different arrangements. Once you've chosen your art, don't be afraid to experiment with different arrangements. You can hang a single piece of art on its own, or create a gallery wall with multiple pieces.

Find your style speaks to you..