Large Canvas Wall Art is great for creating a focal point in your living room, hallway, or bedroom. You can hang each item at varying heights to generate more visual effect. Or, opt for a triptych canvas group and proudly place a trio of art on display.
Triptych is an up and coming contemporary style of art that mixes three canvases in each panel.
These panels are then hung by hand – with a large gallery wall canvas in the center. Each piece is then separated into three sections and hung on individual hooks.
You can even select triptych hanging arrangements according to the size of your living room space.
Another way to add interest to your living room is with a large canvas sign.
Hang a sign over your front entrance, displaying your favorite items. This modern twist on an old favorite adds visual interest to your front yard as well as function.
Large signs also make a great display in any entryway. They are easily removed so you may change the look of your home anytime you like.
Are you looking to dress up an empty wall? How about hanging a collage mural on an empty wall?
Collage murals are an ideal way to fill blank walls and add interest to the area. You can paint or draw on the wall and then transfer it to a canvas when you’re ready to hang. An excellent option for those on a budget is a free-standing collage mural.
Do you have a large wall space but not sure what kind of canvas to choose?
In this case, consider choosing a large wall art size that is versatile. For example, you may decide to choose a large canvas to use as a “furniture wall” in a child’s bedroom or to use as a decorative piece in an entryway.
Canvas wall art sizes range from twelve by eighteen inches to forty by sixty inches.
Large art sizes are generally easy to afford, easy to transport and serve multiple purposes. If you are interested in an oversized canvas that will serve a dual purpose, consider a large wall clock that can be hung above a coffee table or on a side table.
Before you purchase any canvas, you need to take a few minutes to figure out what size is right for your empty wall space.
Remember that the rule of thumb is that the larger the artwork, the smaller the space that you’ll need to fill. Make sure that your wall is wide enough to accommodate the largest artwork you select. You can also use a tape measure to determine the width of an empty wall. If you’re interested in buying canvas artwork for your home, take a look at our buying tips below to learn