Decorating & Renovating
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Hello!!! I was wondering if I could get your opinion on this subject.
We recently painted our walls a sand color and wanted to refresh our decor from too dark wall art to something a bit lighter. While trying to keep things within budget I checked out Kirklands, Marshalls, TJ Maxx with 0 luck. I finally ran across one that I love! It has the scenery and colors I am looking for. The thing is, that it is smaller than I would like for the space. I found a second one that is identical and another that would complement somewhat although I am not crazy about it.
My question is..... Can you place two IDENTICAL canvases side by side? Should I try to break it up by placing a sconce, small mirror or something else in between them? Or just return one and place one above the TV ( which I figured I would do if it didn't work out) and move on to finding something else?
Sorry for all the questions! Any help would be appreciated
I have attached pics of the pieces, one with both identical ones and the one dh suggested grouping.