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Art Prints For Home Decorating
With the new craze for interior decorating inspired by "home makeover" television programs, more and more people are tempted to hire a professional decorator, even if they can't afford one. If you're thinking about breaking the bank for the sake of a beautiful room, think again. You don't have to spend as much as an oil tycoon to have a home every bit as beautiful. Here's why: A pair of human eyes can only take in so much, no matter how much is put before them. The secret is not to aim for beauty that comes from opulence, but for a simple beauty. And simple beauty is usually less expensive. The best way to go for simple beauty in interior design is to make the focus of a room a single well-chosen decorative element.
But what single beautiful element could you actually afford?Unless you happen to get really, really lucky at a crafts fair or estate sale, there's only one sure way to buy high taste on a low budget. Not original paintings or expensive wallpaper. Just a well-chosen print of a painting or photograph that reflects your style and taste and matches your room. Surprised at such a simple answer to the decorating conundrum? Perhaps, like most people, you do not understand what art prints really are.
Posters are made using paper stock similar to what magazines use. Art prints are made using special heavier print stock especially for prints. Posters often play rather loose with the original image, cropping it, resizing it, adding text, or even changing shading. Prints will typically come much closer to the original, and will rarely crop the original image or alter its appearance significantly. Posters are vastly less durable than art prints. You can expect a high-quality print to last decades without showing signs of age. Art prints are not reproductions (though they are close).
Reproductions of a work of art, usually a painting, involve using exactly or nearly exactly the same brush strokes and materials, which is why they are so expensive. Prints, meanwhile, reproduce the look of the artwork without reproducing every detail of it. For instance, even though many prints of paintings use textured surfaces or even artificial brush strokes, the exact brush strokes of the original are not copied.
Of course, no art print will be a good anchor for a room's door if it's not well chosen. Unfortunately, many people either don't have any particular tastes when it comes to art or door, or else do not trust their own taste. Luckily, the internet puts the accumulated knowledge of thousands of decorators, artists, and art experts at your disposal. The information was cited from the blog of a dealer of flower delivery NZ and car rentals as well. He was once an expert at pearl necklace.
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