How To Choose A Painting For A Living Room That Complements Your Personality.

How To Choose A Painting For A Living Room That Complements Your Personality.

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​​The living room is where you spend the most of your time at home. The living room is a reflection of who you are as a person and can be seen as a reflection of your personality. 

As a result, you give decorating your living room serious thought; you probably don't want it to look too sparse, but you also don't want it to be too cluttered either. 

Wall painting ideas for the living room can help make the space look better and create an atmosphere that is conducive to rest and relaxation. 

Some considerations to make when shopping for paintings for the living room are listed below.

The living room is the heart of any house. It's the central intersection of the house's other squares. Whether your living room is formal, casual, or semiformal, chances are good that it serves as a gathering place for family and friends. This makes it the one room in the house that should have the most artwork.

Here are five reasons why artwork is a crucial component of any living space:

It serves as an excellent icebreaker: 

Art's ability to elicit a wide range of responses makes it an excellent conversation starter. One's outlook and worldview can be inferred from the way they understand a work of art. An excellent technique to gauge compatibility is through a discussion of shared artistic interests.

It enriches the ambience of a space: 

It's the icing on the cake for your family area. The way it provides color?or lack thereof?texture, definition, and personality to a space makes it feel finished. You may give your living room a modern, traditional, or fusion vibe depending on the artwork you hang on the walls.


It's a glimpse into who you are as a person: 

Your taste in art says a lot about you, whether you're an animal lover or a nature fanatic, a sociable person or a private one, a dreamer or a doer. So, pick wisely!


It's a beautiful complement: 

Artwork for the living room should complement not just the walls but also the furniture. A beautiful gray cloud patterned rug complements a piece of art that was inspired by a downpour. Alternatively, a black and white abstract would look great next to some colorful hand-painted cushions. Artwork is versatile and can be used to either start or finish a narrative about your interior design.


Permits trying out new things: 

Art is the most adaptable form of expression because one can try out many techniques even within the confines of a single frame. The living room is a great place for oil paintings, watercolors, and mixed media. One of the most expansive spaces in the house, the living room affords ample opportunity to play with scale, composition, and paneling to tell visual stories.

Those canvases seem about appropriate in terms of scale.

If you want to employ a painting to boost the elegance of your living space, you need to be selective about its dimensions. If you want your living room to look more refined when you hang a painting in it, make sure it's the right size. Taking accurate measurements of the room's size (including the walls and any existing furniture) is essential.

It's not a good idea to hang a painting that's too big for the sofa above it. For a given wall, you have several options: hang a single large picture in a vertical orientation if space is limited; hang several smaller paintings in optimal spacing if the wall is generously proportioned; or hang no paintings at all. 

Too many paintings on the wall will detract from the beauty of each individual piece and the room as a whole.

Wall art that coordinates with the existing color scheme

As paintings aren't self-contained, you should evaluate their aesthetic value in relation to the rest of your living space. 

The paintings you choose should work with the room's design and aesthetic, whether that means providing a striking contrast or blending in seamlessly with the existing wall color. Paintings with a few darker tones look great against white, light yellow, or similarly pale walls.

The best picture (or paintings) for a given genre, color scheme, size, etc., should be hung in a strategic spot on the wall. It's important to strike a balance when deciding which artworks to hang in a room to avoid making the space feel "visually smaller."

The lighting is meant to 'highlight the beauty' of the painting.

'There's nothing better than a wonderfully lighted piece of art,' AD100 designer Richard Mishaan once said with affection. The quality of lighting has a significant impact on the aesthetic appeal of any piece of art, but especially paintings. Choosing paintings for a living room and the lighting effects needed to make it look more lovely are not 'one size fits all' tasks.

The lighting of a painting should reflect the medium it was painted on and the mediums used to produce it, such as canvas, ivory sheet, rice paper, thick paper, cloth, silk, charcoal, acrylic color, natural colors, oil colors, etc. 

Although pin spotlights are commonly used to illuminate artwork, they may not be suitable for Oil Colour paintings due to the shadows they cast. You can get professional advice from a lighting expert instead of just "trying stuff out" when choosing lights.

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