A colourful London homeEclectic Home Office, London
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Champion a chairGrey walls and a simple white floor are given a quirky twist here with a dark green metal chair. Despite its unassuming size, the colour of the chair is strong enough to turn it into a design statement.
Think asymmetryHanging your artworks asymmetrically is a great way to draw the eye, especially when used as a feature within the small or overlooked space of an alcove or hallway. This style works particularly well with petite artworks, making it an even easier technique to pull off. This is also a great way to use a small space in its entirety, opening it up, lengthening the wall and adding some real personality. Lay out the works on the floor and make sure you’re entirely happy with the final composition before you hang them, because changing the arrangement later won’t be an easy task!
Rule breakersYou have to love this installation. Not only does it defy any attempt to be symmetrical, it really pushes the envelope. Because of that, I find it delightful. The butterfly theme clearly helps this unconventional arrangement work, as if the butterflies are fluttering away before your eyes. Discover 10 ways to boost your home with spring bloomsTELL US…How do you display artwork in your home? Share your tips and photos in the Comments below.