Collecting several pieces of art and display them together, collage-style, on one wall is an ever-popular trend, but creating a look that's cohesive - not chaotic- can be challenging. It is okay to mix different genres and types of art, all , but make sure there is some sort of consistent theme or color that brings the pieces together: all white frames, all frames with a wide mat or all black and white art.
2. Your afraid of the dark Figuring the right color to paint the walls can feel like a exercise in futility. You can compare swatches for weeks, in natural and artificial light ,and yet some how end up with taupe walls that feel little too mauve, or gray walls that seem just a bit too green. Most often, though, the real reason people aren't satisfied with their walls is because they chose a color that's just a shade too light. The key is to look for a less saturated shade and opting for a matte or flat finish which fell less intense and vibrant high gloss ones.