How to Group Your Mosaics

Grouping your mosaics together can really beautify your home and create a theme that flows through a specific area. There are many different ways to hang 3 or more mosaics on a wall. Here are a few examples:

1) Linear arrangement: This is a simple and classic way to hang more than 1 mosaic art piece. They are hung in a straight line, either horizontally or vertically. This arrangement is perfect for creating a focal point in a room.


2) Triangle arrangement: This is a more visually interesting way to hang 3 wall mosaics. The mosaics are hung in a triangle shape, with the top mosaic being the largest and the bottom one being the smallest. This arrangement can create a sense of movement in a room.


3) Diagonal arrangement: This is a great way to hang 3 mosaics if you want to create a sense of drama in a room. The pieces are hung diagonally, with the center mosaic being the largest and the other two being smaller. This arrangement can make a small room feel larger.


4) Cluster arrangement: This is a more relaxed and informal way to hang your mosaics - in a cluster, with no particular arrangement. This arrangement is perfect for creating a gallery wall.


No matter which arrangement you choose, make sure to measure carefully and use level to ensure that the mosaics are hung straight. Experiment with different arrangements until you find one that you like. There is no right or wrong way to hang your mosaics, so have fun with it!

Thanks go to the following artists whose work is displayed in this blog post:  Martin Cheek, Karen Kingsbury, Janis Nunez, Lou Ann Weeks. For shapes you'd like to mosaic, click here.


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