Frames and how to choose the right colors for your Parametric art
Today it is easy to create a unique object and unique interior, a dream interior. Gone are the days of identical walls with the same services in them, hallways, chests of drawers, bedroom sets, and kitchens. Furniture production offers the widest range of products from any materials. But to create an author's interior or living space that will turn an apartment or house into a unique object worthy of the cover of an architectural magazine, you need such a tool as custom-made designs from ArtMillWork Design.
Many architectural bureaus and private designers order non-standard furniture and art from us. We have made dozens of magnificent custom-made Parametric Panels, such as non-standard doors, stairs, skirting boards, wardrobes, libraries, kitchens, wooden wine racks, beds, children's rooms, hallways, designer tables and coffee tables, conference tables, furniture for restaurants to order, any wooden interior decoration. Some are full walls some are just wall hangings but all are non-less unique than others.
Today we will go over, how to choose the right frame for your panel?
How to choose a frame for wall art?
To fix the canvas with the art on a stretcher and hang it on the wall - this option for decorating the art is a minimalist style in the interior and doesn’t always justify its work. But more often Parametric art needs a frame, which is a kind of “clothes” for them to finish the sharp edges and create a unique look on your wall matching the rest of the tones of the house. A properly selected frame helps to complete the look of the interior and emphasize the dignity of the work.
Let's see what nuances you need to consider when choosing a suitable frame. Choosing a frame: basic rules
Remember the main rule - the frame should complement the picture and at the same time not distract attention from the image that frames it. The image combined with the frame demonstrates the whole composition This is true while the main piece is parametric it will fade in the colors of a wrongly chosen frame that will take away the attention of the eye from the area to the interior and everything outside of the frame. Losing the value of your art.
- The width of the frame directly depends on the size of the art. For miniature works, it is better to choose elegant baguettes. And overall canvases will look more harmonious in frames that are bulky in width.
- The color of the frame should match the color palette of the painting and set it off. Frames in light colors (one tone lighter) are ideal for light-filled works. While dark frames (a tone darker) will favorably decorate pictures of rich dark shades.
- It is customary to select the material (texture) of the frame for the style of the paintings, taking into account their cost. Inexpensive works in a modern style look more organic in strict plastic frames or frames with a metal coating, on which playful reflections appear when light rays hit. And more presentable classic works of art are "revealed" in all their beauty in massive wooden frames.
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Recommendations for choosing a frame for your unique Parametric Art
In addition to observing the basic rules when choosing frames, other subtleties are also important, which should be taken into account due to the characteristics of specific decors:
- A win-win combination for oil paintings - classical style frames with stucco decorations.
- Small-sized images can be placed in wide frames if other paintings in the interior are designed in a similar way - then they look spectacular.
- Still lifes, landscapes, ethnic motifs are best combined with artificially aged textures of matte frames.
- Paintings depicting the water surface are recommended to be placed in silver or golden frames, the brilliance of which echoes the painted sun glare.
- Modern portraits should be placed in frames of laconic design, and classical ones - in silver or gilded frames.
- Frames made of natural wood are suitable for paintings in both cold and warm colors.
- Effectively arrange the picture by using baguettes of several (two or more) profiles of different thicknesses and widths. In this design, the inner frame, acting as a passe-partout, focuses attention on the picture and emphasizes the attractive appearance of the outer frame.
- Paintings with a stretcher are given solidity by deep baguettes - a classic design option.
Now, having familiarized yourself with the nuances of choosing frames for Art, you can competently order a suitable frame for a parametric designs you are well prepared to choose your frame color!