Freedom of composition and arrangement
Images composed of several parts are constructed in a way to ensure that the final visual effect is coherent, yet flexible. If you are one of those people who quickly get bored with an arrangement and need frequent change, multipart images are right up your alley. The image is composed of individual parts that are connected and arranged in order, together forming an aesthetic and logical whole. Feeling a bit more creative? You can place the individual elements as you like. Let your imagination run wild! Be creative! You can change, move, replace – and it will continue to be in one tone. You can split the multipart image for use as several separate, individual images that each work independently in the space. You can divide the images and hang each piece on a different wall in one room, or you can take it a step further and hang them in completely different rooms. If you do this, however, the rooms should be designed in a similar style. If, after some time, the composition becomes boring again, you can swap the images and... voilà! The new décor is ready.
Where will multipart images work best?
Thanks to the huge selection of motifs, images composed of several parts can be matched and used to a positive effect in the décor of many interiors. Splitting the image into several smaller elements adds to its lightness, which makes it ideal for small spaces. There, one big image occupying a large part of the wall could create an overwhelming, heavy feeling. For larger and more open spaces, however, multipart images work well because they grab your attention as they complement the empty walls and maintain moderation and lightness. This makes the space warmer, yet modern and elegant. Images composed of several parts are best suited to walls of uniform color, such as white or light gray, and surfaces of uniform texture. They will perform well in traditional living rooms, where beige, brown, and gray dominate. A properly selected multipart image will revive the interior, giving it a fresh appeal. Moreover, the multipart image will allow us to see the motif from a different perspective – a traditional image of Savannah will look different as a one-piece image and as a multipart one.