Published in SA Home Owner Magazine
June 2020 edition
There’s no better way to add instant personality to and create visual impact in a space than with the right selection of mirrors and wall décor.
When it comes to finding the perfect style or piece of vertical décor to suit, the options these days are abundant.
The wonder of wall décor
There is nothing more personal than the type of art you choose to display in your home. From paintings to posters and even three-dimensional wall sculptures, there’s no end to the options available. And, like everything else when it comes to interior design, while it may be good to know the rules, sometimes it’s even better to break them.
There are a few more things to keep in mind, says Audi Snÿman of Audi Snÿman Interior Design. “Give the art room to breathe – your artwork should take up two thirds to three quarters of the wall. When buying modern or contemporary art, bigger is definitely better as it maximises the statement. Try to hang identical abstract pieces of art in a series and substitute artwork for mirrors along long walls and hallways.”
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About Audi Snÿman
As a renowned interior designer, Audi’s clients describe her as creative, passionate and innovative. Her passion and ability to interpret personality into a living or functional space and the psychology behind interior design are what separates her from the mundane. Audi creates spaces that are uniquely tailored to the individual. It is not her design philosophy that counts – it is about honing a style down to its very essence creating the aspirations and dreams of the client.