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I don't know about you, but I would have a difficult time seeing my own face day in and day out. Perhaps I'm less objective or less narcissistic when it comes to art depicting little ol' me.
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But, I am fascinated by just about anyone else's portrait. Seems that many designers and their clients feel the same with big, bold images popping up in every space imaginable.
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While large portraits contribute a big WOW in any room, smaller canvases with their strategic colors and placement can have a big impact, too.
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From hyper-realism to abstract art, having those mesmerizing faces front and center is a striking contribution to any interior decor.
Images above via Flea Market Style (left) and Iris Shomaker (right).
I might be hesitant to include portrait art in my bedroom, however. Somehow, waking up at night and seeing someone staring back a me might be a little unnerving.
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While my bedroom may be off-limits to piercing, painted eyes, I love the dynamic contribution of large scale portrait art just about anywhere else.