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Selecting Original Boardroom Wall Artworks
If an organisation is going to run smoothly, then its leaders need to come together regularly for productive meetings. This is why boardrooms are so important for every organisation. They allow the leadership of a business or organisation to come together and productively deal with issues. When a meeting is getting heated most people might not be actively thinking about the art hanging up around them, but the fact remains that the art will have a subconscious impact on them.
Project An Image
Everything about your boardroom will set a mood and project a certain image when people get in. This happens whether you consciously consider the matter or not. Most people never give it a thought and end up throwing together a bunch of different elements that don’t work together. This creates an image of chaos. If you want to project an imposing and modern image, then stick to black and white abstract imagery. If you’d like to create a feeling of calm, then blue and green images of nature will help to set the right tone. Remember, it’s not just about the art itself, it’s also about how the art interacts with the space around it. So try and pick art that matches the paint on the walls and the furniture in the room.
Keep Things Simple
Art should be designed, so it draws the viewer’s attention to a focal point, the one area that deserves the most attention. The same goes for interior design; the room should allow people to focus on what’s most important. This is why it’s best to pick artwork that is relatively simple in composition, colour, and subject matter. If the art chosen is complex then people in the boardroom will be tempted to pay attention to the art rather than the meeting going on, which is backwards. So when in doubt go with simpler art that won’t draw too much attention when important meetings are taking place.
Consider How People Will Look In Front of It
Looking at art on a screen and in person can lead to two very different perceptions. Things can change even more when you introduce other elements to the scene. When picking out art for a boardroom, you should imagine how the art will look when it’s hung up behind you or a client. This is why landscape imagery is so popular in business settings because people tend to look good when framed by a beautiful landscape. On the other hand, complex images with a lot of different elements make poor frames, distracting from the person in front of them. Thus, when selecting a wall art for your boardroom space, ask yourself how you would feel, looking at the artwork.