The art of arranging art...

Posted November 03, 2009 by Christina

There are so many wonderful ways to arrange artwork. One of my favorites is the mismatched collage! No matter how you do it art should always be a part of your home and by art I mean whatever you think of as art. Your home should always be a reflection of the person who lives inside it. Family pictures, collections, vintage prints, giclees (some of us cannot afford the originals) or whatever inspires you and makes you happy to be home.

Images from Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Maisons Cote Sud, S R Gambrel, Dan Marty Designs and Canadian House and Home


Dabalack Family

I love this post.. I always felt that if it came from my heart it was the best it could be. Especially with art and pictures. I don’t love things all lined up so perfectly. Don’t get me wrong it does look great, its just not for me. Any hoot.. hope all is well and thanks!!

Fri Oct 17 13:21:03 2014

My Domicile Style

Great minds think alike – this must be the week for posts about arranging art. I like your examples of mismatched collages.

Fri Oct 17 13:21:03 2014

a Broad

The hand mirrors over the bath tub is wonderful !
I am thinking the shelf for art to sit on rather than nails in walls is a good option for my home. We have plaster walls and hanging a picture turns into such a big production ! I have to look into that for the bedrooms .

Fri Oct 17 13:21:02 2014

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