And, It doesn't take up any floor space.
You can use this same format to hang three similar posters, such as three images of Paris or three black and white photos of trees.
Because of its size, the pencil drawing above would be too insignificant for staging. But when I added an ornate frame, it gets the boost it needs.
Just buy a piece of 1-inch thick rigid insulation at your home improvement store. They cost less than $20 and measure 4 by 8 feet. Cut it in half and you have two, lightweight, 4-foot by 4-foot surfaces that you can wrap with fabric.
I've done this and it works. I've also done this and it didn't work when I wrapped it with canvas and then painted the canvas. The board developed a slight warp. Advice: If you want to paint a canvas for your insulation board, do the painting and then wrap the insulation board with it. Wrap like a package, duct tape the fabric on the back, and hang with Command strips. No need for a frame.
|All three parts of a triptych don't have to be equal widths, as shown in this |
painting of red tulips by Lourry Legarde available through FineArtAmerica.
|An old window is the perfect size and shape to fill an |
awkward area. Photo from blogger Down to EarthStyle.
6. Get Out Your Scissors
Or you can create your own crazy cubist picture using your camera and photo editing to make a collage.
|Start with one subject and photograph it from different angles.|
I hope you have some fun creating Big Art for your home, whether you are staging it for sale or just dressing up your digs.
You can pick up more fun tips in my décor eBooks aimed at professional home stagers and homeowners prepping their own homes for market.