Modern Canvas Art and Framed Art

Elevate your space with Art and Photography from Eurway

Art and music have a unique hold on our hearts, even though they may not be essential for survival. They seamlessly blend into the fabric of our lives, evoking emotions and transporting us through time and place. When it comes to interior design, few things make as powerful an impact as art. At Eurway, we offer an array of captivating photographs and prints that celebrate your individuality, allowing you to express yourself creatively and customize your decor endlessly.

Trust your Instincts

Art is deeply personal, and its impact varies from person to person. What energizes you might be relaxing to someone else, and both perspectives are valid. If a piece resonates with you, embrace it. Your passion will shine through in your decorating, creating a unique and vibrant space. Remember, all suggestions, including ours, are open to your personal touch. Feel free to add your own spin to any style or idea.

Strategically Place Your Art

Art can find a home in nearly any corner of your space. Consider the purpose of each piece. Is it your centerpiece, your masterpiece? Position it where it immediately catches the eye, like the center of an accent wall or above a fireplace. Other art complements the room's overall design, enhancing its harmony. These pieces shine atop console tables, bookshelves, or over your furniture.

Embrace Eclectic Decor

Eclectic decor takes personal expression to the max, with bold and statement-making choices. If this aligns with your personality, consider it. The possibilities for eclectic art and prints are boundless. From bold slogans to unconventional color combinations and non-traditional art, it's about showcasing your identity and values. For fashion enthusiasts, think close-ups of eyes, clothing sketches, and abstract art with mirrored and metallic elements.

Size Matters

The size of your artwork depends on your design vision. As a guideline, aim for art that occupies about two-thirds to three-quarters the size of your furniture. Larger art pieces tend to draw more attention. If you have a lengthy sofa and can't find art big enough, consider creating an art grouping. Two or three similarly-sized pieces create a cohesive unit. Hang your art at eye level, typically between 5 and 6 feet from the floor, or lower if it suits your space, especially in dining areas.

Embrace the Gallery Wall

In larger spaces, gallery walls work wonders. A gallery wall is a dynamic collection of art or photographs with various configurations. Start with a central piece and expand from there. Mix and match sizes, colors, frames, and styles to suit your taste. Your choice of a unifying element ties the pieces together in a captivating ensemble.