If you’re sick of your current wall art situation, then maybe it’s time to think outside the frame. More and more lately, we’ve seen our clients forgoing standard works like paintings and prints for three-dimensional, sculptural wall art. The effect is more unique and gallery like than any 2-D piece, and there are nearly as many style and media options as you’d find with framed art…. Read More.

When you move into a new home, the idea of filling hundreds of square footage of blank walls can seem daunting. You are faced with questions like what pieces to hang where, whether certain works should hang solo or be clustered together, and of course, how to determine the ratio of blank wall space to that which is filled with art…. Read More.

It can be one of the most awkward spaces in your home: the area between the top of your kitchen cabinets and your ceiling. In New York City, where converted warehouses, lofted sleeping areas, and historic brownstones make high ceilings common, coming up with art ideas for above kitchen cabinets can be especially challenging. But don’t give in to the temptation to simply ignore the area altogether. … Read More.