December 28, 2007, Newsletter Issue #93: Think Small

Tip of the Week

Rather than purchasing larger discount prints, consider buying small sets of bargain art prints that work together and are in similar frame styles. This look isn't as dramatic as a large bargain art print that dominates the wall and creates a focal point, but if you like fine art, this is a way to introduce it into smaller spaces.

Another great option is a larger print that is split to make two smaller pieces. These are typically unframed so that you can see the continuity and look great on a medium sized wall or above a couch so that you can truly showcase the print.

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