Lately I've seen a lot of beautiful triptych art work, and I believe it can be the perfect solution for a common decorating dilemma - filling an expansive horizontal space. You know that wide open space we often have above a couch or TV console, or even above a wide bed or through a long hallway? It's is a space-filler issue so many of us face, and more often than not it can be very difficult to find a wall-hanging that takes up as much (or more) horizontal space than vertical space. The triptych may just be your answer!
Here are a few fun options that I fell in love with:
Octopus Triptych via Art.com
Untitled Triptych by Matthias Weischer (I call it the "farmhouse triptych") via ArtNet.com
Map Triptych via Art House Graffiti on Etsy.com
Kilim Triptych via OneKingsLane.com
Motorcycle Triptych via Art House Graffiti on Etsy.com
What do you think of the triptych concept? I always love things in "threes" so I'm a little partial. Which of the above options would you feature in your house? And, where would you hang it to fill some horizontal space?