Your office space creates a lasting impression on your clients, which should accurately convey your business feeling and identity. Creating the right space to achieve the ambiance and atmosphere you desire for your office, can be influenced by the choice of framed wall art that is displayed on your office walls.
Whether it is a reception area, a boardroom, an office or even a hallway, beautifully framed wall art is the final touch to add to your walls, which helps pull your room's space together.
The right artwork will set the style, tone, and vibe of the room, so it's important to select the perfect pieces. The selection of the style, size and colours of your framed wall art can give a space a completely different feeling, from dramatic and vibrant, to soothing and calming.
Our in-house framing design experts have come up with three simple things to consider when choosing framed art prints to adorn your office walls.
1. Choose a Theme
One of the most important aspects of choosing wall art prints is to find imagery that reflects your business personality and style.
For example, a relaxing coastal beach theme of framed wall art in a medical reception area can be relaxing and peaceful, to help viewers escape to a quick mental holiday. Alternatively, abstract artworks can be ideal to help convey a more sophisticated mood or aesthetic.
2. Select a Colour Tone
The simplest way to choose by colour is by first looking at your space and identifying your existing office colour palette. You can then select a shortlist of suitable imagery and wall art prints that match these colour tones. This method will help you create a more monochromatic and cohesive look throughout your office premises.
Alternatively, if you would like to add pops of colour, you can choose artworks that are complementary or opposite to the existing colour palette, using a colour wheel. This is a similar method that interior decorators use for choosing paint colours.
Or, if you’re looking for a more masculine or solid aesthetic for your office space, then black & white prints and photos can be the perfect choice.
3. Optimal Use of Size & Space
When it comes to the size of an artwork, the optimal size should roughly be around 50% of the available space. Anything above 75% can become looking too crowded unless it is a more intentional feature such as a gallery photo wall display.
Anything less than 50% of utilized space may risk looking sparse. In cases where 50% of the available space is too big for a single framed piece you, then you can always use multiple framed pieces. For example, you could create an attractive grouping such as using a matching pair of framed prints, or even create a gallery display of framed pieces, like this example for an office space below:
Where Can I Buy Wholesale Framed Wall Art for My Office?
Whether you are framing business certificates, posters, or valuable artwork, decorating your office environment with quality framed pieces will give your employees and clients and more enriching experience.
Profile Wholesale Framing also offers an extensive portfolio of designer fine art prints that are all printed and framed in our studio in Sydney, using the highest quality, fade-resistant inks and paper. All of our picture frames are made using eco-sustainable, solid timber frames, with hanging wire pre-installed so your framed wall art can be delivered, ready to hang!