HANG­ING ART

Better Homes & Gardens - - Food Breakfast -

“A sin­gle state­ment piece can an­chor a room [as in the master bath, above]. If a piece is large and spe­cial enough, you cer­tainly will not want to de­tract from it and should let it stand on its own,” Paloma says. An­other op­tion is a care­fully planned grid, as in the liv­ing room on page 109. Keep your group­ing tight, she ad­vises, with 2 or 3 inches be­tween pieces so the works read as one bold state­ment. In the master bed­room, right, Paloma used a more ran­dom ar­range­ment, group­ing pieces above a vin­tage blue lac­quered Par­sons con­sole. White mats and a mix of black and gold frames unite the col­lec­tion. And in the guest room, top, small con­vex mir­rors bracket a pho­to­graph and draw the eye up.

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