Low ceilings are great for cheaper to heat rooms, but once your wall art is in place, it can feel claustrophobic. This is not a relaxing environment but fortunately, there are ways to give an illusion of height. Use any, all, or a combination of the ideas below to hang large or oversized wall art in the smallest of rooms without making the room feel cluttered.
When you move to a new home, there is a host of pictures and art to hang. For you, it could take weeks and is likely not to be on your priority of list of things that need to be done right away.
It must be official; absolutely everything is moving to the cloud. It used to be that when you went for your ultrasound scans, you would receive a black and white print of your baby scan. The 2D scans are the ones the NHS do. They do not do 3D scans as those are not an essential antenatal scan.
Humidity is a problem for any type of paper-based art or even artwork printed on canvas. The trouble is, without art on your kitchen or bathroom walls, you have relatively few options for décor leaving you with bare-looking walls.
For art to be enjoyed visually, illumination is necessary. It is difficult to see something in all its beauty when it is constantly in the shade.
When something important happens to someone important to you, it is natural to want to join in the celebrations and express your joy for that someone special.
Are the walls in your kitchen looking bland? Do they need a touch of inspiration, or do you just feel the need to do something to make the kitchen feel more like yours?
When you take any photograph with a digital camera, the shot is never as it appeared. Technology plays its part, and every camera has different tech.
Fancy creating a gallery wall but lack the creativity or the resources to put one together? Take a leaf from art exhibitionists the world over, and create a thematic gallery wall.
Smartphones are notorious for low memory alerts. Digital images are data hoarders. They can take up gigabits of memory that degrade your phone’s performance.