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The living room design is all about your personality, and is wide open in terms of how you express yourself. And you don’t need to be a designer to pick out the perfect wall decorations, from contemporary to coastal. Consider how you use your living room: is it formal, or is it where everyone hangs out? How do you want your family or guests to feel when they are in the lounge: inspired, relaxed, playful? Do you have parties in that space, or host all-night movie marathons? Whatever you use your sitting room for, the right wall decorations await. Don't worry about matching your art to the sofa, as you can use accent pillows and other decor to accent the look. With these ideas and your own, living room design is only limited by your imagination.

Find Art for your Living Room

Find Art for your Living Room

Our living rooms are the main gathering spaces in our homes. They’re the perfect places to show off your style and display art you love. Browse our collection of living room art ideas to find your new masterpiece.
What art should you hang above the sofa?

What art should you hang above the sofa?

The blank space above your sofa is the perfect opportunity for a stunning focal point. Here are 3 ideas for what to hang:
  1. Curate a Gallery Wall: We love a collection of family photos or grouping of paintings you love.
  2. Make an Impact with Large Art: Crown your sofa with a large piece of art in landscape orientation.
  3. Add Balance With a Diptych: Hang two equal sized art pieces centered over the sofa.
How to choose art for your living room

How to choose art for your living room

You can’t make a bad choice for living room art, but these quick tips can help make finding the right art easier!
  1. Match your art’s shape to the wall space. For example, landscape art over your sofa and portraits above the fireplace.
  2. Consider how you use the space. If you host, pick impressive art. If it’s mainly your family room, try framed photos.
  3. How do you want to feel? Choose art subjects, styles, or even colors that reflect the mood you want to set.