High ceilings are fabulous for so many reasons. They make a space feel expansive and open, they allow for larger windows, and–the best part–they also leave lots of room for showing off art and photos. Our theory for hanging art in a room with a high ceiling? Take advantage of the space! Decorate the entire wall, floor-to-ceiling. Whether you choose to hang one or two large pieces, or a bunch of smaller ones, the result will be dramatic.
Here, art is hung both low and high, giving the room a layered, finished feel.
We hung a tapestry above a doorway in a home in Harrison, New York, to fill what would have otherwise been a large, blank white space.
We installed the collection of an upper east side couple in a sitting room at their expansive townhouse.
Not entirely sure how to decorate your home with high ceilings? We can help you sort through your current collection, or suggest new pieces that will work best in your space. Just scared of heights? We’ve got you covered there, too–we can hang art on walls of any height. Give us a call to discuss how we can help.