Open up smaller spaces Landscape art is one good way to visually open up a smaller space. The view of a distant horizon acts as a sort of “window” giving the impression of a faraway vista.
The lower photograph illustrates a simple framing technique of tailoring the frame to the size and shape of the object being framed. You can also mount some flat objects between two pieces of glass (pressed leaves are shown here) that allows the wall color act as a “mat” for the art.
|Landscapes Open Up
Add the look of a “window” to a small or windowless area by hanging landscape art.
|Think Outside the Box
Get creative when framing. These dried florals have been outlined in long vertical frames to give each piece added importance.