Picture is a visual representation of a person, object, or scene, painting, drawing, and photograph. We can meet pictures not only in gallery for exhibition or even just in internet, book or on identity card. We can find them in homes. It can show the identity of the house owner and also can act as an art to support the interior design of the house. Hanging pictures, much like painting them, is a balancing act of spacing, color and proportion. Many expert interior designers know, the way art is displayed is crucial and transformative, not just to the space it is in, but to the feeling given off in the pictures themselves.
By hanging some pictures in the wall or putting them in a table as a display in your home will add the value of your home design. It can bring the positive energy, if you select pictures well by adjusting with your home design. You can put it in a frame, Make the picture black and white, or chose monochrome style. They are just some ideas how designing pictures for your home. Besides that, the way you display them it is also important. If you display it in a wrong way it can destruct your home design.
There are some tips for your home interiors designs that related with the way hanging pictures. First, Avoid to hang works of art too high on the wall the ideal height of the centre of a picture is somewhere between 155 and 160cm off the ground. Second, Hang works with a view to proportion and balance. For example, if hanging a picture over a small table, don’t leave too much space under it unless that space will be filled.
Third, arrange the display on the floor first before hanging if you want to put pictures in a group. The forth is that you can hang pictures from two points – either side of the back of the frame – not from one point. The fifth is that it is important to make sure pictures are level, but in the end trusts your eye: dado rails, ceilings, etc. are not always level themselves.
The last is that resist the urge to collect every framed piece of art or photograph you own and try to find a space for it. Instead of look around your rooms and decide which walls would benefit from some artwork, assess your collection and start planning locations for your most cherished pieces that will add to the spaces where they are displayed.