Choosing Art for your Hallway

Choosing Art for your Hallway

Even in the cosiest of homes, the front hallway provides a first impression and sets the tone for your entire living space. It's the welcome mat to your world, and giving it attention and personality can make a world of difference. However, re-vamping a space can be daunting and sometimes it can be hard to know where to begin.

With this in mind, we thought it would be handy to put together some tips regarding choosing the perfect wall art, to focus your front hallway decor ideas in the right direction.

Here, we present five essential tips to bear in mind and ensure your hallway reaches its full potential:

  1. Size Matters: Consider the dimensions of your hallway. For narrow spaces, opt for a series of smaller artworks, creating a dynamic gallery effect. In wider hallways, a single large piece can anchor the space beautifully.

  2. Balance and Proportion: Ensure the artwork's size complements the hallway's scale. A piece too small might get lost, while an oversized one can overwhelm.

  3. Invest or Rotate: Decide whether you want a timeless, investment-worthy original masterpiece or if you prefer to switch out artworks with changing decor. High-quality, timeless giclée prints can be a striking focal point for years, while more economical digital art print options allow for frequent updates.

  4. Gallery Lighting: Install proper lighting to accentuate your art. Track lighting or wall-mounted fixtures can create a dramatic spotlight effect, adding depth and allure.

  5. Eye-Level Placement: Hang your artwork at eye level for the best viewing experience. Typically, this means the centre of the artwork should be around 57-60 inches or 1.5 metres from the floor.

In our Portrush Art Gallery and on our website we have a range of artworks to suit various styles and budgets including; original statement paintingsfine art giclée prints and more economical digital art prints

Inspiration for Frankie's artwork comes from the beautiful North Coast of Ireland and collections include:

North Coast Paintings
Farm Animals
Stitched North Coast
The Giant's Causeway
Pen and Ink Illustrations of North Coast Landmarks
Irish Landscapes
North Coast Skateboards
The Sea Swimmers
Royal Portrush Golf Course

However... if you don't quite see what you're looking for please do get in touch. Frankie can create artwork to suit your particular space and colour scheme, so if you're redecorating your hallway and are looking for that extra special 'je ne sais quoi' piece of art, simply pop into the gallery or drop us a message and Frankie will be happy to chat through your ideas and budget and offer some recommendations.

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