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My name is Michele Francoeur and it  is my calling to create inspiring art for you.... I love bringing joy, passion and peace to your home...


why art matters

why art matters

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Why Wall Art matters...

Every space needs a touch of wall art..

Art can help create a harmonious interior space...

Always pick art that YOU LOVE!!!

 

It provides an instant color palette.

Once you a find a painting that you absolutly love, you can use it as inspiration for your rooms color palette.

First- pick out two to three shades from the wall art that you'd like for your room. Choose the dominat color, as well as a few additional shades that you'd like to pull out as accents. Then look for those colors in the items you use to decorate your space.

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It creates a focal point.

One of the most basic principals of interior design is that every room needs a focal point, or a single design element that will instantly draw the eye into the space and give the viewer a sense of what to expect. It goes without saying that a great piece of wall art could easily fulfill this position.

Imagine your favorite artwork hanging above the mantle of a fireplace in your living space or standing proudly above the bed in your master suite. Alternatively, a creative gallery wall could easily spice up a more traditional dining area.

When choosing a piece of wall art to be a focal point for your space, the most important consideration is size. An artwork that is too small will get dwarfed by the surrounding furniture and a piece that is too big will look as though it is spilling over. Make sure to take measurements of the wall space available, so you know how much room you have at your disposal.

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Makes The Room Appear Finished

Think about some of the less-than-put-together interiors that you’ve seen. Perhaps a college apartment or a first adult space after finishing school. Odds are that these spaces felt a little rough around the edges and a little unfinished. Odds are that they also had mostly white walls.

Wall art is that finishing element that can help pull a space together and make it feel complete. It is that little extra touch that can take your space from simply looking functional to appearing as if it should grace the pages of an interior design magazine.

The key is to choose a piece of art or another wall hanging that fits in with the decorating style that you’ve already chosen for the room. After that, it’s all about choosing décor that you love and will be happy seeing hang on your wall for many years to come.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

why wall art matters

 

every space needs a touch of wall art....

always pick art that YOU LOVE!!1

to create a harmomios interior space....

 

it provides an instant color palette.

once you ifind a apinitng that you absolutly love, you can use it as inspiration for your rooms color palette.

first- pick out two to three shades from the wall art thta youd like for your rrom. choose the dominat color, as well as a few aditional shade tht youd like to pull out as accents. then look for those coors in the itmes you use to decorate your space. if you need help you can use the app clolor snap whicj willl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

it creates a focal point.

One of the the most basic principals of interior design is that every room needs a focal point, or a single design element that will instantly draw the eye into the space and give the viewer a sense of what to expect. It goes without saying that a great piece of wall art could easily fulfill this position.

 

Imagine your favorite artwork hanging above the mantle of a fireplace in your living space or standing proudly above the bed in your master suite. Alternatively, a creative gallery wall could easily spice up a more traditional dining area or a few hanging tapestries could as a cozy feel to a seating area.

 

When choosing a piece of wall art to be a focal point for your space, the most important consideration is size. An artwork that is too small will get dwarfed by the surrounding furniture and a piece that is too big will look as though it is spilling over. Make sure to take measurements of the wall space available, so you know how much room you have at your disposal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the art of displaying art

the art of displaying art

welcome to michelefrancoeurart.com!!!

welcome to michelefrancoeurart.com!!!

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