Ask the Expert
When it comes to staging art in your home, nobody knows the do’s and don’ts better than the experts at Interior Marketing Group. As the largest, full-service design and marketing firm in the United States, IMG has staged art in some of the world’s more luxurious homes.
“When it comes to displaying artwork in the home, proportion is everything. It’s important to select pieces that compliment the size of the walls they are being displayed on,” says Cheryl Eisen, Founder & CEO.
In my opinion, the bigger canvas the better. Try to max out the amount of wall space you can cover.
Eisen, whose company has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Good Housekeeping and Vogue, spoke with Elliman to give our readers a few tips.
1. Gallery Walls
When creating gallery walls, feel free to mix up the size and orientation of the frames. But, do use the same color frames and wide matting. I find the best gallery walls feature close up black and white family photos.
2. Color Balance
When you’re designing a room with colorfully painted walls, stick to black and white art to balance the palette.
3. Sculpture Art
Sculptural elements don’t always have to be on pedestals. They can find a place on coffee tables or credenzas to incorporate them more into the design.
You can find more tips on Elliman Insider here!