Creative Places To Hang Art You Might Have Missed In Your Home

We love a good gallery wall as much as the next person, but sometimes we like to think outside the box in terms of home décor. The next time you pick up a new piece of art or frame a family photograph, try to get creative with your placement. We’re sharing some of our favorite creative places to hang art in your home that you may have missed.

via Taylor Sterling’s living room makeover

In front of the fireplace

Taylor doesn’t use her fireplace often, so instead she uses it as a platform to display some of her favorite framed prints and stacks of books.

 

via Katherine Thewlis’s home tour

Framed on the fridge

We stick everything else on our fridge, why not use the space intentionally for a mini gallery wall? You can make your own or buy magnetic mini frames in a ton of different styles.

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via our home tour with Valeria Jacobs

Inside the bookcase

Sure, we use artwork to style our shelves and bookcases all the time, but what about those behind the glass? If you have a hutch or enclosed bookcase, incorporate some of your favorite smaller pieces for a fun twist.

 

via our home tour with Sophie Carpenter

Leaning casually

You can lean artwork in a lot of different ways in a lot of different spaces, but we’re big fans of utilizing your entryway bench as a styling platform. Make it the first thing people see when they come into your home!

 

via our home tour with Nichol Naranjo

In the corner

Corners often get neglected when it comes to décor, but you can create a really cool focal spot by grouping artwork together in the corner.

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via Pinterest

In the shower

You don’t often see artwork in the actual shower area, but if you’re someone who only uses your bathtub or have a cool piece of waterproof art like a metal print, go for it!

via Apartment Therapy

In your outdoor living area

Yes, you can hang art outside! There are a few tricks you can utilize to waterproof and weatherproof your artwork so it says safe on your deck, backyard or patio.

 

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Author: Samantha Welker

Samantha Welker is the business manager at Glitter Guide. She has an Master's in Corporate Finance & Sustainability from Harvard Business School but prefers working in the creative industry. She also hosts a weekly business podcast for creative women called Pretty Okay Podcast. She loves spending time with her husband and her son, Rocky, in sunny San Diego. Follow along on Instagram