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How to Try Art Virtually on Your Walls

I don’t know about you but I for one have been looking around my home at all the things I’d like to improve, or organize, since I’ve had more time at home due to social distancing.  I’ve gardened, purchased area rugs, moved furniture and hung new art – all of which have helped me feel more content in my cozy home.  Since stores are closed I’ve had to do all of this online and it can be a little nerve wracking to make a big investment in a new piece of art if you can’t see what it looks like in your space.  

The good news is that ArtPlacer has a simple tool that is embedded into the Spaces pages on Artlita, which allows you to try art virtually on your walls. I created this short tutorial video demonstrating how to upload your own image, enter in the height of your wall and try all the great art from the Artlita Artist Community on your wall.  For those who don’t want to hassle with uploading your own photo and measuring, you can also try art in a sample room by selecting View in a Living Room vs. Try in Your Home.

I suggest you download each of the images that resonates with you. Feel free to email us a copy if you would like us to weigh in on your options. 

Scared to Commit? 

Most of the artwork is available for lease in addition to purchase.  You can have it delivered and professionally installed, enjoy it for 6 months and then decide if you want to make a commitment or try something new.  

Just like an outfit, after having something for 6 months you may be ready for something new.  That was the inspiration for Artlita’s Art-as-a-Service program.  Conversely, you may fall in love and in that case you can apply 100% of your first month’s subscription to your purchase and 60% of each additional month.  So you really have all the time in the world to decide whether you truly are in love.  Wouldn’t it be great if everything in life was like that?

Article by Aleta Daria

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