8 Ways To Hang Oversized Art And Instantly Transform Your Living Space
You don't have to live in an art gallery to find cool ways to hang oversized art. In fact, one big, bold print done up in your favorite colors could be exactly what you need to give a plain old wall an immediate and much-needed makeover. Looking for a little inspiration? Porch.com has compiled eight different rooms that do oversized art right, so you can see just how much of an impact one good piece of artwork can have on a living space. The easiest thing about this decorating hack is that it takes practically zero effort — you just need a nail, some art, and you're done! DIY decorating has never been so simple.
By: Mady Dahlstrom, Porch.com Content Editor
Out with the gallery walls, and in with oversized art! Large artwork is making a comeback. Just when you got all of your frames hanging perfectly on your wall, the latest trend is turning to large art pieces that make a statement. Whether you have a favorite poster, mural, or photo that you love, take your home decor to the next level by taking your art up a size.
Get inspired to fill your walls with a large frame or print with these eight rooms that do oversized art right.
1. Above the dresser wall poster
Create a large, custom piece of art by printing a photo and hanging it like a poster. Get the full tutorial for this poster wall hanging, here.
2. Entryway escape print
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Make a statement the moment you walk through your front door by hanging a large print in your entryway.
3. Over the couch canvas frame
Dress up an oversized piece of art by adding a frame around the edges, for a custom and classy canvas that will complement your home decor.
4. Chevron corner wall art
This large scale chevron art fills a blank space with soft colors and a simple design.
5. Living room engineer prints
Make your favorite photos larger than life by filling a wall with engineered prints. For only $2, these two black and white portraits say it all, without needing a full gallery.
6. Giant framed dinosaurs
For a sleek, but not distracting look, these bold black and white dinosaur prints bring this living room to life.
7. Kitchen chalkboard calendar
The perfect way to keep your month organized, this giant framed chalkboard calendar doubles as decor and a daily schedule.
8. Art that adds a pop of color
Add a stunning piece of artwork with a pop of color for a subtle accent in a neutral room.
Would you toss out your gallery wall and start the trend of oversized art in your home? Tell us how!
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This article originally appeared on Porch.com