Design Advisory #4 (Small Spaces)
Franklin Lakes, NJ – May 4, 2011 – Just because your space is small, it doesn’t have to appear that way! Make the most of your confined space with a collection of images, recommended by PrintedArt’s curators, which aim to add an increased sense of depth perception. The collection, which includes Lee Rentz’s “Prelude 1: The Awakening”, Marjorie Kay’s “Ghost Town Mines 139”, “Ghost Town Mines 212”, and “Echo Basin”, and Ken Beerger’s “Eventide”, plays tricks on the eye, making the room appear larger.
“The photos in this collection can really transform and add depth to a smaller room,” said Klaus Sonnenleiter, president and CEO of PrintedArt.com. “It’s a great way to increase the size of your space without having to move.”
PrintedArt, an online fine art photography gallery (http://www.printedart.com),recently introduced its new series of design advisories intended to help customers group PrintedArt images together in order to complete a seamless design their own home.
Printed Art is a web-based fine art photography collection, hand-selected by our experienced staff of curators who have created a highly selective gallery for the home decor and hospitality markets.
Every image in the collection is sold in a limited edition and produced in a modern gallery-grade display format mounted either on aluminum dibond and finished with acrylic, printed on canvas, or as fine art prints on archival paper for custom framing.
The PrintedArt PhotoLab allows customers to print their own images in the same professional quality as our fine art collection.
For additional information, please contact PrintedArt at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +1 201 301 9113.