Custom metal prints can transform a dull, boring room into a true wow-factor in your home. The key to any successful design plan is to establish a focal point to build a design around. A quality metal print can act as the perfect inspiration for your color schemes, decorations, and so much more. Check out the ideas below to learn how to create a focal point in your home with custom metal prints.
Set the Tone for the Room
When placed properly, personalized metal prints can act as the first impression guests get for a specific room or your home as a whole. Show off your personality and help your visitors understand the essence of your design aesthetic. Perhaps you can showcase your photography skills with a metal print of your favorite image. You might want to create a big display with images from your favorite places to travel. Whatever the case may be you will quickly let people know what you love most in life with your metal prints.
Draw Attention to Your Prints
In order to ensure that people will see your custom metal prints, place them at eye level opposite to the room’s entry point. If you already have a fireplace acting as your focal point, you may want to put the prints there so people are sure to see the images. Stripes on the walls and enhanced lighting may also help draw attention to your metal prints.
Develop a Complementary Color Pallet
When you know what image(s) you want to use for your focal-point metal prints, you can create a complementary color pallet that will accentuate the prints even more. One great way to do this is to use neutral colors throughout the room and then pull bold accent colors from your prints. You can use these in accessories like vases, lamps, and throw pillows. If you want to put the prints on their own wall, paint that wall a different color than the rest of the walls in the room. You may pull this color from the custom metal prints, as long as it does not detract from the content of the prints.
Come up with a way to highlight your personalized metal prints, and your designs will be the envy of your friends.
What is your favorite way to display your metal prints?