Mixed Media Wall Art
Wall art is our finishing touch that pulls the whole room together.
When decorating, a little attention takes our home from looking nice to eye-popping! Even worthy for the cover of Architectural Digest.
Hanging classic canvases and framed artwork on our walls make an excellent display but grouping them together with metal, wood, and acrylic takes nice to a whole new level.
Mixing it up and grouping different size pieces of art in various mediums gives an eclectic and diverse display. It brings a sense of texture and visual weight to our gallery. It helps create a tone and feel to a room that is not only stunning but expresses our personality.
If you are curious about what metal, wood, and acrylic look like, here is a brief explanation for all three.
Metal: Make colors seem more vibrant and pop. The cool thing about metal is they have a backing that, when hung on the wall, gives the picture a floating effect on the wall.
Wood: This gives your art a cool, natural, almost rustic vibe. Wood has a thick exposed wood edge, about 1/2 ' thick. Very light colors allow the wood grain to come through subtly. Dark colors may appear warmer and bright colors a little more vibrant.
Acrylic -. Acrylic gives vibrance and sharpness to your art. With sleek, clean edges, it has a more contemporary look. Acrylic is light reflective, bright, and glossy, and It is the most durable.