Q: In a dining room, does wall art need to be centered with the dining room table?
I'm hanging a large picture in the dining room. I have a very large antique corner unit on the left side. It takes up about 1/3 of the width of the entire wall that I want to hang the picture on. I still have enough room to center the picture on the wall, so that it is inline with the head of the dining room table (which is rectangular shaped) . If I center the pic this leaves about 4' or so of empty space to the right of the picture. (The picture is 36 x 48) So I have a big corner unit, then a large pic and then nothing. I could hang some small wooden shelves in that space, or create a smaller picture grouping off to the side, or some such thing. Think leaving it empty wold make the room look lopsided. Option two is to center the picture in the remaining 2/3rds of the wall; then I don't need to try find accessories to fit in any left over space. I think overall this might
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