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For a family-friendly room, display happy artwork in frames of the same material but of different sizes. Repeating the same frame on one wall unifies the art. Contrary to popular belief, filling a wall with art to the ceiling can actually make it seem taller.
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Use a cluster of colorful artwork to pick up on the color scheme of a room. Here, pinks, browns and aquas lift the otherwise all-white decor. Hang large-scale pieces in the middle of the arrangement with smaller frames tightly surrounding them for one big focal point.
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In a home office, group an assortment of inspirational prints and photos above the desk to keep creative juices flowing. Hang larger frames first, then fill in the gaps with smaller ones. Change out artwork as necessary to keep a fresh perspective.
For a cleaner look, line up the bottom edge of a loose arrangement with the back of a sofa and keep the spaces between frames to a minimum. In this neutral living room, black frames contrast against a white wall and pick up on the black details of the throw pillows.