If you have just finished having your house built or renovated, then you will be excited to decorate it with new furniture. You will start looking at furniture and art for your walls as well. Art installation is working with art that is located on to a space to transform it into something beautiful. Majority of the art is interior, which is mostly found in houses and hotels.
Public art is what you will find at exterior places such as galleries. Many people are told that once they get themselves beautiful pieces of art, they will feel like they are more at home. One needs to feel that the house is like a home and have a personal and warm feeling. Here are a few tips to help you to put up your art and picture framing Sydney CBD.
UV rays of the sun can damage your pieces a lot. This is due to the glare, which will make it difficult for one who looks at them.
Sources of heat
When heat is emanated from sources such as heater and radiators also affects art. When the temperate of the heat continue to fluctuate this will cause damage that will be long-term which will be difficult to restoration and therefore, will be costly.
Art should not be handed in areas where it is wet. The wet areas in your home are the bathrooms, spaces with very little ventilation and kitchen with too much steam. All your investment will be ruined as the humidity and the moisture will seep into the artwork.
Never think of placing art in an overcrowded space on the wall or room. Never use large dramatic pieces to cover a wall or room, which will not complement the area.
The colour scheme
The art pieces should be matching the furniture and the colour schemes should match. This is most important thing when choosing art as well. The colours should bring out the pieces and make it the highlight. It is up to you decide whether you want the colours to blend or whether there is to be a contrast.
Ensure that you select the size of the art and the guidelines that certain galleries follow so that you can transform your space to look beautiful as well. The size will depend entirely on the wall that you have.
You need to consider the centres of the space and ensure that everything is aligned. You will not have to worry about the colours of the frames because the colours should help everything blend in.
Consider all these factors before you place your pieces!