Hi, I am wanting to put a photo wall above my couch in the lounge room but am unsure whether to centre it on the wall or to the couch? Any advice would be really appreciated.
Hi, a trick I use is to cut out newspaper templates of my pictures, that way I can stick them up with a bit of tape and move them multiple times until I get the arrangement I want, give it a go
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Hey bekkyboo7, I guess it depends on whether you have any plans down the track, to change the layout of the furniture in the room? If you are intending on attaching one shelf only to the wall, I think it would look best if you centred it on the wall. However, you could always stagger two or three shelves to the wall and create some visual interest. My personal pick would be to hang individual photo frames to the wall, all matching in colour (white or black) and forget the shelving altogether. I'm with James on that one. Good luck with whatever you decide to do.
Hi Becky, I would forgo a picture altogether. I would put a wall mural over the entire wall behind the couch. It would make the room look bigger and have great impact. You can now get removable wall murals if you are renting or change your style later. the best is muralsyourway.com
It all depends on the size of the artworks/frames that you're using. At the moment, the couch does look more centred with the ottoman next to it, so in based on that I would centre the frames on the wall. Good luck!
I love things centred but then your couch is off centre so I can see why you are thinking about options. Have you considered getting art pieces and placing then right along the wall - same frame size and same distance apart e.g. you will need to divide your wall up into equal portions and run them all at one level. Alternatively - can you centre your couch by moving the third piece to the corner where you currently have your lamp?