Artworks are the finishing touch to gorgeous interiors. Here are some interesting ideas on how to hang them effectively
These four large charcoal drawings were hung from the sofa level right up to the ceiling in a formal arrangement to give the impression of height. [Decor by Interdeco].
Propping artworks against a wall creates a laid-back feel, but the composition can also be easily changed whenever the mood strikes – no hammer and nails required.
For a strongly decorated look cover a whole wall with artworks as interior designer Caline Williams-Wynn of Artichoke Interiors did here.
A big, punchy canvas hung on a bare wall is often all an entrance hall needs. The large scale of this work by Andrew Verster dominates the space and makes a dramatic feature.
Arrange artworks to emphasise the unusual shape of a wall.
Black and white photographs hung against a bold wallpaper add extra oomph and the composition of six images gives the space a structured look. [Decor by Clinton Savage Interiors].
A dark wall is very effective in accentuating a collection of artworks of different shapes and sizes. [Decor by Angela Shaw].
Proof that you can hold an entire decor scheme together with a single, strong image. [Decor by John Jacob Interiors].