How to hang wall art in your bedroom
In the bedroom, the bed’s the focal point of the room, so treat it as you might treat a grand mantelpiece in your living room. You could hang one large statement piece of art centred above your bed – but make sure that the wallart is not wider than the bed.
Another option is to arrange several pictures of the same size horizontally. If you do this, an odd number looks more harmonious than an even number. Eye-level is the usual rule when hanging art, but remember you’ll often be looking at your framed art prints or wall canvases from the position of lying down, so take that lower viewpoint into consideration.
If you’re planning a gallery wall in your bedroom, arrange the pictures on the floor first as you decide on the grouping. Handy hint – choose the centre picture first, then build your layout around it.
Other bedroom wall ideas
There’s more wall décor than wall art. Perhaps you know a talented artist who could create a mural on your wall. Or a feature wall can become a work of art in itself if it is covered with artistic wall paper, perhaps in a botanical or abstract print. An oversized statement clock can be the focal point of a bedroom wall. You could even hang a patterned [rug](https:// www.furniturevillage.co.uk/accessories/home-furnishing/rugs/) or textile panel, or decorate with sculptural plaques or a collection of mirrors of different shapes and sizes.
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