Tranquil Buddha in between potted plants
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Things to consider when positioning your sculptureCompare the size of both the sculpture and your space. The size of the sculpture should be in keeping with the amount of space available and should be proportionate, so as not to overpower the space, nor be too small in comparison with it.Think of the angle from which you and your guests will view it. See where the sunlight will catch it at different times of day or year. This can create interest in terms of shade and shadows that are cast on the sculpture and also by it on its surroundings. If you’ve got a large garden, bigger pieces can be placed in the centre of your lawn or amongst foliage to break up your planted borders and bring them to life. For smaller gardens, small sculptures nestled amongst flower beds can surprise and delight viewers, or can be used to draw attention to interesting design features, if placed within wall nooks or archways.