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How to display art in your home

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We all like to try and brighten up our surroundings with some well-placed pieces of art - especially when your living space is particularly basic.

And, even if you don't have a couple of Van Goghs or Da Vincis lying around, you can still make a big difference to your home environment with some simple pointers on displaying artwork in the home.

London furniture company Made.com has created this infographic which recommends the ideal positioning of works in different rooms and spaces, paying attention to proportions, heights, ratios and groupings.

Hey, if you really nail it, then you can probably start charging people to come and view your holiday snaps. Maybe.

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