Big, open spaces leave plenty of room for experimentation. But when it comes to filling the walls that frame those spaces, it can be hard to know where to start. In this video, Kiel Wuellner, Director of Sales and Acquisitions at New York City antiques gallery and eBay Collective dealer Newel, creates three different options for filling an empty white wall in a way that’s compelling but not overwhelming—and which doesn’t compete with the statement pieces that surround it. Whether your chosen piece is a painting, a sculpture, an architectural element, or a mix-and-match combination, resist the urge to fill. As Wuellner says, the most dramatic walls of art can often be the ones that practice the most restraint.