How to Hang 5-Piece Wall Decor

Are you excited to add that extra bit of personality to your favorite spaces? For so many of us, it is easy to get stuck in a rut and leave our décor the same for years at a time, whether or not it makes you happy. If you are ready to freshen up your home décor but want to do it in an affordable and still beautiful way, it’s a good idea to start with your wall décor. Lovely wall art is the perfect way to make any space feel comfortable, welcoming and fresh from top to bottom. For a smaller wall, small art is going to have a big impact. But on a large wall you want a centerpiece to really capture attention to make a big statement. 5-piece wall décor is sure to really attract the eye, tying together your room’s décor and helping the room to feel complete. Many of us avoid big, multiple-piece wall décor though, because it seems challenging to get just right. Not sure if you are ready to tackle big wall décor? We are here to make it easier than ever!

There are so many different styles of 5-piece wall décor out there, you are certain to find the right one to fit your room’s style. The colors, theme and texture should complement everything else you have going on in your space without overwhelming the room’s décor, so make sure you carefully consider the statement you are going to be making with your big piece. Once you have the perfect choice for your space, you have the fun experience of hanging it up in just the right way.

To start, make sure you carefully consider the best possible wall for your 5-piece art piece. Your middle piece, which might be bigger than the others or the same size as the rest, should be centered in the space that you have decided on. That centerpiece is going to be the anchor for the rest of the work, so make sure you take careful time and consideration to place it just where you want it! Once you have that center piece in place, you can put the other pieces around it. Your art might look beautiful if you place it perfectly symmetrically, making sure to line up each part carefully; if that’s the case, take the time to measure out the space! For collections that aren’t symmetrical, a looser and relaxed approach is going to create a gorgeous composition. Let your art guide your new installation!