Of course this is different for every room, but we are happy to help you with a number of principles that you can apply.
We often use the 2/3 rule for artworks that will hang above the sofa. For the size, choose at least 2/3 of the width of the sofa. If your sofa is 180cm wide, choose a work of at least 120cm wide (that is 2/3 of 180cm). In this way you ensure that the work does not look too small and disappears into your interior, or it turns out too large and makes the space smaller.
The 2/3 rule can also be applied above the dining table. If your table is 150 cm wide, choose a work of at least 100 cm. The 2/3 rule does not apply if the work is to hang at the end of the table. In that case we recommend choosing a standing work. Choose a work that is no wider than the table.
Do you want to dress up the empty walls in the hall? Then go for several works and hang them in one long row.
In your bedroom, opt for a work ofminimum 120 cm wide for above your double bed. Just like above the sofa, you can also hang a collage of smaller works above the bed.
Do you want to hang something on an empty wall without an anchor point? Choose a work of at least 80 cm in height. If you cannot align a work with a sofa or table, anything smaller than that will feel too small.