Create a big focal point. Using a big item seems contrary to decorating a small space, but one large focal point shall add style without sensing crowded. One large piece of art is much better than several small pieces, that may only serve to create a feeling of clutter.
Frame the items well if they're paper, using archival‐quality mats and closing the backs. It's wise to complement frames, especially for similar categories ‐ for example, cream mats with narrow black wood frames for all your black‐and‐white photographs; double mats and gold leaf frames for your set of Italian lithographs.
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