10 Ways to Display Artwork in Your Home

Artwork adds movement, color, texture and personality to a space. Here, discover gorgeous display ideas we love.

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February 21, 2019
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Statement Piece

This large and colorful piece of art dazzles in the home's entryway. Being displayed on its own gives it importance in the space, while adding delightful interest and personality.

Float On

This display has floating shelves featuring a collection of artwork leaning against the wall. The beauty of this display is the frames can be arranged in any order that suits your taste.

Lean In

HGTV Magazine takes you inside an art-filled Boston home where a nonworking fireplace becomes a beautiful art display by leaning an abstract piece against the hearth.

All in a Row

A lovely lineup of vintage frames and prints tops off this headboard for an eye-catching display. Keeping the artwork in soft and neutral tones complements the other colors displayed in the room.

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Kid's Play

Not all artwork has to be a masterpiece. Add interest, dimension and color to a kid's room with artsy pieces they have created that reflect the child's personality and interests. The result is a welcoming, one-of-a-kind room they'll love.

Gallery Style

White frames create cohesion with the mix-and-match artwork in this entryway. The gallery wall effect is created by using different sizes and types of art gathered together on the wall, creating interest and depth in the space.

Kitchen Charm

Every empty nook is an opportunity to introduce art. In this kitchen, white cabinets and a backsplash are a crisp backdrop for a petite, gilded-framed piece above the sink.

Bath Time Beauty

Bath time gets infinitely more interesting with bold and colorful artwork nearby. In an all-white bathroom, the flash of colors becomes the stunning focal point.

Treat Your Shelf

Portraits and prints, vases and books all find a special spot on this elegant bookshelf. Styling your bookshelf or built-ins with art that is personal to you is a great way to decorate.

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Magnificent Mantle

Not every mantle has to have a TV hung above. This neutral sitting room is jazzed up with a bold, colorful and contemporary work of art.

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