“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.