An oversized gallery wall on which to hang a single piece of art—or a whole collection

Thanks to its thirteen-foot ceilings, this one bedroom, one bathroom co-op at 67 East 11th Street (on the market for $1.08 million) offers the ideal space upon which to hang something seriously oversized.


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While artwork can be hung in even the tiniest room to great effect, there’s no denying that a large open space of wall can show off a collection of paintings, prints, lithographs, and even posters to stunning effect. Here, in honor of the Affordable Art Fair running from September 28th to October 2nd at the Metropolitan Pavilion, we’ve rounded up five homes with wall space that can allow you to display your prized possessions like a mini-museum.

With a formal central gallery, a double-height great room, and an upstairs central gallery, this duplex penthouse at 10 Sullivan Street (listed at $28.5 million) provides multiples spaces for showcasing an ever-expanding art collection.

The 840-square-foot living room of this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath penthouse loft at 30 West 15th Street (offered at $9.25 million) offers ample wall space for works of art both great and small.

A good New York City apartment makes clever uses of all its rooms. Here, a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath rental at 2211 Broadway (yours for $24,000/month) includes this oversized foyer that doubles as a gallery space.

The experience of art appreciation from this oversized entrance gallery, within a four-bedroom, four-bath co-op at 876 Park Avenue (priced at $6.2 million), is enhanced by the apartment’s coffered ceilings and French doors.


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