How to decorate small spaces with art

How to decorate small spaces with art

Creative problem solving is essential when square footage is at a premium. Three options for how to decorate small spaces with art is shown.

Modern shelving display

An excellent option for the tiny house. Fill a picture ledge with your most treasured artwork and home accents. By including items such as plants, books, and pictures, you may create a space that is uniquely you. Pick one to put on a single picture ledge or several to create a stylish yet understated bookcase. What’s so great about it? It’s simple (and entertaining) to alter to suit your current state of mind or the season.

See our posters from Gotland here or find other nature posters here!

Description of the tiny wall

At home, there is always a bare corner somewhere. We frequently find ourselves at a loss for what to do with the space between two doors or in the hall. Using your preferred works of art may completely transform the atmosphere of any room. For the sake of this illustration, let’s say we want to put up a wall that’s 1 m broad and 2.5 m high. An exquisite means of imparting character and cosiness to one’s dwelling.

See our poster from Gotland here or read mor about interior design here!

A spot in the kitchen

It’s common to assume that a large, blank wall is required when arranging artwork for display. However, we are confident that you may discover more locations within your house that are suitable for displaying a poster collection. Incorporating some of one’s favourite works of art into a curated display is a wonderful idea. It creates a lovely setting for the kitchen table, making this nook ideal for social gatherings.

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