How to Style Prints on a Console Table or Sideboard
We’ve all seen some beautifully styled console tables and sideboards in our feeds. Many times these pieces are one of the first things you see when you enter a home. What a great way to say welcome! We may be a bit biased, but we think a print is a wonderful addition to your styling pieces.
Leaning a small print against another piece, such as a mirror, is a great way to add art to your console table. This style works well if you’d like to switch out your art seasonally or even swap frames from around your house periodically. This also works well if you are renting and don’t want to put a lot of holes in your walls.
We love what @brookemoraleshome has created on this stunning table. Countryside casually leans against the black rimmed mirror. The gold frame really makes it pop! We love the ottomans under the table – they look great and can easily be pulled out for extra seating in a pinch.
This entryway from @lifeoncedarlane is so peaceful and airy! Sunrise by the Sea II fits that mood so well. The white frame stacked on the white books allows the print to shine while adding height.
Sand works so well with the rich tones in @our.dwelling.place’s table and the deep greens in the olive branches.
Along with Collection Prints, all three of the featured tables include greenery, a table lamp and a mirror hung on the wall. A winning combination!
Would you like to incorporate art, but prefer a larger piece? We’ve seen larger pieces styled beautifully above a console table or sideboard. Large format prints are a nice way to balance a larger piece of furniture. And you still have the option to lean your frame or hang it.
We love @urbinahome’s neutral style. Snowfall on the Farm framed in black contrasts so well with her sideboard and ties with the black light fixture perfectly. What a great way to display a seasonal piece of art – no nails necessary!
Hazy Lakefront is such a versatile piece – it has just enough color and texture to add some dimension without overpowering any space. @simplysingharath’s buffet provides the perfect place to display a large print.
Horizon is another great option for a similar look!
Low Tide pairs so well with natural wood tones. @graceoaksdesigns’ use of a white mat and a white frame allows the print to draw you in!
Rocky Marsh would also look great in this space!
We love this photo by @linseywoods.home. Linsey layered Low Tide and Pasture perfectly. What a great way to use a few smaller prints to create a large impact. The use of oversized mats allows you to layer without losing the image. Stunning!
Do you have Collection Prints on your console table or sideboard? We’d love to see it! Use hashtag #mycollectionprint on Instagram to be featured.