The artwork featured here ☞ Smoke And Mirrors I – Limited Edition 3/3
If you see a large abstract artwork that you would like to own, you should not worry so much about whether it will fit in with the rest of your furniture or décor. Start with the art. Buy what you love. Then when the time comes to replace your furnishings and change the color of your walls, you can make choices that work in conversation with the art.
Large, abstract artwork can create a visual theme with furniture coverings, throw pillows, floor coverings, and accent pieces like vases or sculptures. Whatever aesthetic language is established by the art, allowing it to guide the other choices you make about the décor will create a cohesive and welcoming tone for the space and draw even more attention to the art.
If a room has a double volume ceiling, a large art piece placed in the right spot, high off the floor, can help bridge the gap between the different spaces.
Building codes require ceilings to be at least 2134 mm high for a room to be considered habitable. So if you are considering buying a large abstract painting, we say go for it!