Picture Shelves and Leaning Art: Relaxed and Interchangeable

You don’t always have to hang your favourite pieces on the wall – try leaning them against it! You can also try standing them on a piece of furniture. This saves you the trouble of hanging them up and gives you the freedom to move them around at will. If you’d like to stand a work of art on the floor, you’ll probably want to choose a large-format and expressive piece to make sure it commands attention even though it’s not at eye-level. Shelves are another way to vary the height of your display. Arranging pictures so they overlap and have a very casual appearance can create a remarkable effect!

Leaning Art

Leaning works on a picture shelf

LUMAS works on shelves

LUMAS works on shelves

Our Customers’ Leaned Art:

Robert Lebeck: New York 1967.

Robert Lebeck: New York 1967.
@raquelyaseen – via Instagram

Pierre-Adrien Sollier: Wonderwoman

Pierre-Adrien Sollier: Wonderwoman
@Très Click – via Instagram

Man Ray: Le Violon d'Ingres, 1924

Man Ray: Le Violon d'Ingres, 1924.
@lumas_budapest – via Instagram

Stephanie Kloss: PALM SPRINGS CITY HALL (Albert Frey).

Stephanie Kloss: PALM SPRINGS CITY HALL (Albert Frey). @ketchembunnies – via Instagram

Olaf Hajek: The Great Egret

Olaf Hajek: The Great Egret.
@igorjosif – via Instagram

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