Styling Difficult Walls With 3 Panel Art Prints
Without walls, there'd be nowhere to hang your favourite art!
But not all walls are created equal, sometimes there's a space where you'd like to hang some art, but the shape or size of the wall is a bit tricky.
Here's some ideas & possible solutions using triptych prints for styling those difficult spaces.
Triptych prints can consist of different sized panels as well as being displayed at varying heights. This makes them an ideal style of wall art for those awkward wall spaces.
Large & Empty Boring Walls
Probably one of the most common concerns when it comes to decorating a space is a large wall that's looking somewhat uninspiring.
Big empty walls can make a room seem uninviting, but you may not want to make it appear too busy either.
Instead of finding a number of separate artworks to fill the wall space, a single large triptych can serve the purpose.
Although a gallery wall layout could be a wonderful solution as well, a triptych fills the space whilst not being too visually busy.
A single image can create a fabulous impact.
A single large triptych made from an impactful image can be a simple but effective solution for filling a large & uninviting wall space.
Add a couple of pot plants or lamps to create a more welcoming feel.
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Narrow Wall Spaces
The opposite of too much empty wall space are those narrow & tall areas, such as between windows & doors.
Not a large enough area to hang a single print, but still in need of some décor.
Triptych art can also be 3 images consisting of a common theme.
Because triptychs can also be used vertically, they're ideal for adequate coverage whilst again, not becoming visually noisy.
Smaller sized prints are really effective in decorating tall & narrow wall spaces where a single print simply wouldn't be well proportioned or look balanced.
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Not all walls are flat, they can have features built into them.
Protrusions, ledges & just awkward areas that are built out from the wall.
In the image above, the wall was built to act as a shelf.
A panoramic single print would also look good, but a split panel print adds that extra dynamic.
In this instance, a shelf is created by a small recess.
But the area above is another wall space perfect for a triptych art piece.
This leads us on to the next awkward space ..
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Small recesses are best for ornaments, but larger ones can be utilized for shelving & storage solutions or creating a defined space in a room.
Sometimes a bed, sofa or cabinet can be positioned within the recess.
This doesn't leave enough wall area for a large art print, but a triptych is ideal.
The furniture may not be positioned central within the recess either, but hanging a triptych central to the furniture creates balance.
Even the office can benefit from triptych art.
That awkward or empty recess by the water cooler or coffee machine can be a more interesting space to take a break & chat with your fellow workers.
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Plain Old Ugly Walls
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