5 Art Pieces To Elevate Your House's Design
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5 Art Pieces To Elevate Your House's Design
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Nowadays, homeowners in and around major cities like Toronto and Manhattan have many art pieces and collections to choose from. When looking for artwork to elevate your home, the challenge is less finding pieces and more deciding which pieces to choose and where to put them.

Just like our personal taste and style, art is constantly changing. Thankfully, in a big city like Toronto, there’s plenty of resources to help you make the right decision for your space.

For those struggling to find a piece of art of a place to put it, consider how a local interior decorator can help you complete the space by putting the right piece of art in the right place.

A piece of artwork is a welcome addition to any room, and an interior designer can help you choose and place your artwork in a way that won’t overwhelm your overall interior design or aesthetics. Artwork can say a lot about your home, so consider the type of artwork that you and your interior designer can use to create the perfect look for your space.

The DIY world became popular back in the 1950s and is one of the only art forms that doesn’t come with a hefty price tag. There are great tutorials to help guide you in whichever direction you want to take your art. DIY artwork adds a sense of calm to any room, and an interior designer can help you identify the best DIY projects to take on to achieve the look you are going for.

Where to add:
You can place DIY artwork anywhere, whether it’s a clay structure or acrylic pouring onto a canvas. These art pieces tend to shine most within a smaller room, so consider placing them in a bedroom.

Surreal Art
Surrealism or surreal art will turn any curious eye. This art form began in the 1920s and blended the dream and fantasy worlds. This type of artwork acts as a great conversation piece and will stand out from the rest. Surreal art will add creativity and spark a new train of thought to your space.

Where to add:
A conversation piece like surreal 3D art should be on prominent display where it can really shine. Have it front in and centre, whether it’s in your foyer or living room.

Fine Art Photography
Fine art photography is a form of expression from the photographer as the artist and photography as the medium. This art form is accessible to everyone and has many ways of evoking a message and emotion. Fine art photography is excellent for remembering where you’ve been and where you would like to be.

Where to add:
Fine art prints can be on display anywhere, whether it’s your entryway, dining room or bedroom. A photo print can work in any environment.

Graffiti Art
Graffiti art has been a form of expression for thousands. This art form began in the early 1960s in Philadelphia and eventually made its way across the world. What started as simple name tagging became an art form to many, with the world being their canvas and spray paint their tool. In any home, graffiti art is a voice for all and can be the spark you need to speak out in your everyday life.

Where to add:
Modern graffiti is bold, chunky lettering with bright colours. It’s unique and vibrant and can be displayed anywhere. Depending on your home décor, graffiti art can work within your living room or bedroom.

Cubism Art
An art form from the 20th century, Cubism, famously done by Pablo Picasso, began from different points of view. Cubism can be very colour forward and works with a lot of geometric shapes. The art form focuses on objects in multiple viewpoints, which coincidentally represents it in a larger structure. Cubism can inspire you to think out of the box and look beyond the norm.

Where to add:
The vibrant colours used in Cubism will add extra charm to your dining area or living room. Put this piece on display in an open space.

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