Practical Things about Wall Art

Practical Things about Wall Art

Usually, the wall first painted or furniture first set in the room  before we decide to install living room wall art. Therefore consider the suitability of the color of the frame, wall art objects with wall colors and furniture that already exists. In order for the two-dimensional wall art object to last longer, not wrinkled, rolled or ballooned, then the object can be made rigid with seal techniques. The way it works: the image is embedded in a thick piece of cardboard, then processed with some sort of laminating machine so that the object attaches firmly to the cardboard. Only then framed.

You also need to look at examples of laying composition or installation of wall art for example when you are walking to the shopping center or gallery or hotel. Notice how they beautifully compose wall art-wall art. Or reference this composition you can also get from the magazines or tabloids of the interior that has been widely circulated. The current trend is a minimalist interior style, that is not too many accessories in the room. Likewise with wall art. Now one or two pieces of wall art alone is enough to add decor elements in the room.

If you want to install wall art under the air conditioner, check first whether the condition of the wall is still good and dry, because the area usually tend to be moist and this can damage the wall art. If the object is too small compared to the proportion of the room, frame it by adding the matboard so that the frame size can become more balanced.

Glass wall art needs to be cleaned regularly by using glass cleaners that have been on the market. Spray with a clean cloth and then wipe it onto the glass surface. It would be better if you also clean the inside glass wall art because it tends to moldy. Immediately dry if there is still water dew that is left behind because it will make wall art moister and increasingly cause fungus. You can prevent the occurrence of mold due to moisture by sticking 1 sachet silica gel (can be purchased at the pharmacy) on the back of your wall art.

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