Three Panel Wall Art Set
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There will be always challenges in filling up interior bare wall spaces to enliven the area. One of the ways is through three-panel wall art. It consists of 3 similar works of art which have identical or connected themes but which are placed at a certain distance from each other. They are also called triptych or a three-part work.
How much space do you need?
As a general guideline, leave 2 to 5 inches between each frame for appropriate spacing in a 3-panel canvas wall art setup. Your wall art should be taking up only 60 to 75 percent of the available wall space. But it should be a wall area that's not partly covered by moldings, furniture, indoor plants, or other interior aesthetics. Measure the height and width of the wall, and then 60 to 75 percent should only be the space taken up by your triptych.
Should you have art on every wall?
That's where your art sense comes in. But generally speaking, it's not a fast rule to put up art on every wall. Intermittently empty wall space can also be used as a beautiful element to enhance your decor taste, which includes the 3-panel wall art.
What should be on the walls of every room?
It's nice to have at least one wall devoted to 3-panel wall art and another wall that is completely bare. This setup adds spice and meaning to each room.
For example, one room will have 3-panel abstract wall art and 1 bare wall. Another room will have 3-panel wall art with nature themes and 1 bare wall. And still another room will have 3-panel wall art with urban themes and 1 bare wall.
The bare wall will help balance the wall with the 3-panel wall art, especially if the room is low ceilinged. It will make the area look more spacious. Then add some more furniture without making the room look jam-packed.