Hapi Art by Kristi Kohut


Not sure where to start with our art? No stress—we’re here to walk you through it.
Follow our 3-step guide and you’ll be ready to fill that empty wall in no time.

Find your faves

With so many fun options and different styles, how do you choose your bests of the bunch? We’ve got 2 great resources to help you narrow down your top print picks:


Take this fun quiz to discover your style and see a personalized gallery of art pieces we think you’ll like best.

The Hapi Art Lookbook

Browse through images of our art in real spaces to explore the possibilities and help inspire ideas for your home.

Browse the Lookbook
Customize the Details

Once you’ve picked your favorite works, it’s time to make them your own. Choose from our traditional prints collection or our sparkly hand-embellished pieces. Within each listing, you'll find top-notch framing options, too.


Shop Traditional Prints

Embellished Prints

Shop Embellished Prints
Find your faves

Your last step is to make sure your piece is just the right size for your space and vision. Don’t be daunted! We’ve got a few tips to help you pick the perfect dimensions:

Follow the 75% Rule

Rule of thumb: Have your art measure 75% of the width of the furniture you're placing it over (i.e. a couch, dresser, bed, etc.). If you're into creating a gallery look using smaller pieces, apply the 75% Rule to the whole gallery.

When to Go Big

If you have a large wall—or simply want to make a large impact—think big! Wall art should take up 60-75% of the available wall space. We love to help our clients choose show-stopping pieces, so reach out if you need any help with your selection.

When to Stay Small

If you just want to add a touch of color or an artistic accent, stick with small. Smaller sizes can make a fun statement when accenting bookshelves, leaning on kitchen counters or nightstands, or dressing up a narrow wall or powder room.

When to Go Long

Wide and narrow art is a great choice when you’re looking for a piece to go over a sofa or bed, or on a spacious wall behind a dining table.

Horizontal or Vertical?

Many of our prints are created to work both vertically and horizontally. If you see a vertical piece you love but need to fill a wide space (i.e. above a sofa), consider hanging it horizontally. An easy fix!

When to Double (or Triple) Up

Two or 3 pieces can be better than one! If you have the space, consider filling it with multiple works. A large pairing works well over a sofa or in a hallway. If you’ve got plenty of room, add a third piece to make it a captivating triptych.

Art Consulting

Still stuck? Want some help?

We’re here for you and your walls. We offer complimentary art consulting for members of our loyalty program, the Collector’s Circle. Join today and receive a $25 gift card to put toward your perfect piece!

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