Do you remember being a child and experiencing something completely new that you now find routine? Maybe it was seeing a large city for the first time, or hearing a new genre of music, or tasting your dad’s beer (purely hypothetical). These experiences were probably scary, or confusing, or even downright repulsive, but they were good for your brain, helping you to comprehend a bigger, richer, more nuanced world. This is the same thing that happens when you experience abstract art.
Gallery walls are having quite the moment right now. Although popular for home décor, they can also be well utilized in contemporary commercial spaces, such as loft-style offices or chic warehouse restaurants. Creating a gallery wall that's eclectic but not tacky can seem like a tough line to toe, but curating a successful gallery wall is downright fun as long as you keep a few tips in mind.
Striking a balance between a cohesive look and a dynamic layout is easier than you think.
Let's be real. When you're designing the interior of a healthcare facility, you're designing a space nobody really wants to be in. People are going to be bored, anxious, and possibly in pain. But the art you choose for this space doesn't need to be merely inoffensive, it can enliven the space and the people in it.