Artworks make all the difference to how you feel about a room. They transform a space, create a focal point and can be installed in an hour or less!
Whether you've got guests coming and need the place to look its best, or you simply want to sit back and enjoy your own space, now is the time to get your house in order before the holidays arrive.
Compliments of the season, when you join our guestlist and order by Friday November 23rd you'll receive Free Delivery^.
Please take note of the following deadlines for pre-holiday delivery*:
|Destination||Framed Perspex Artworks||Stretched Canvas Artworks||Frameless Perspex Artworks|
|VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS||Friday, 23 November 2018||Friday, 23 November 2018||Friday, 30 November 2018|
|WA, NT, FNQ & Remote||Friday, 16 November 2018||Friday, 16 November 2018||Friday, 23 November 2018|
|International||Friday, 16 November 2018||Friday, 16 November 2018||Friday, 23 November 2018|
Save everyone from another holiday looking at uninspiring, bare white walls, and save yourself the delivery charges.
Join our guestlist to receive this exceptional seasonal discount code now!
^Free Delivery capped at a maximum value of $250. Minimum purchase order value of $500 required. Australian addresses only.
*Signarture is reliant on third party freight providers. Orders received by the dates indicated will be ready for dispatch in time for delivery by 21/12/2018 according their schedules.
When you've invested time and money in choosing artworks you love, you'll want to ensure that you hang them where they can be positioned to best advantage. Here are our tips to make the most of your investment.
1. Positioning relative to Room Layout
Step into your home and then into each room with fresh and critical eyes. Artworks create dynamic focal points so you want to position them accordingly
2. Positioning relative to Furniture
Think about their positioning in relation to the furnishings in the room. All but the very largest artworks work best anchored to a piece of furniture
3. Positioning relative to Other Artworks
Don't make the mistake of hanging artworks at different levels - unless of course you're aiming to create a 'rogue's gallery'. And don't make the all too common mistake of hanging them too high.
Of course, whilst the above may be rules of thumb, they're not hard and fast and as with every rule, there are the exceptions that break them.
If you have a very large work, anything over 140cm high, you may well want to hang it lower than you might otherwise, so that it keeps a relationship with the floor. And with larger works, architectural features such as the top of doorways / openings often provide a better anchor to align the top edge of an artwork.
Sometimes it's best left to the professionals.
In major capital cities across Australia, we can arrange installation by professional fine art installers at the time of ordering your artwork.
Please just get in contact to arrange.
One of the benefits of our bespoke approach to creating your artwork is that you get to choose the size and shape that works best for your space.
Given the choice, you might be left wondering which size and shape will actually suit best. Here's a quick and easy way to help you decide using lo-tack masking tape -the type painters use- cheap and readily available from any hardware store.
As a rule artworks look best hung with their centre at eye level - or about 150-160cm from the floor -or with their top edge aligned with the top of door frames where these exist on the same wall.
Square and rectangular pieces suit a variety of spaces. Our larger sizes are ideal for open plan spaces, or rooms with really high ceilings where smaller artworks are just dwarfed by the scale.
Our panoramic pieces are a great option for placement above pieces of furniture from beds and sofas to sideboards and console tables. In fact we designed these to sit perfectly behind double, queen or king size beds, 2, 2.5 and 3 seat sofas.
It's a common mistake to buy artworks that are too small for today's open plan spaces - hopefully these tips will save you from that.