Mirrors are works of art, and they come in all shapes, sizes and finishes and in sets. Decorate a baby's room with a sweet heart-shaped mirror, or add a round mirror with a kitten's silhouette in a child's room. Formalize your entryway, hall or dining area with Baroque-inspired framed mirrors. Decorate your living room with rustic framed, mirrored wall panels. Frame and surround yourself with your favorite memories. There's never a need to wonder how to perfectly set your images because collage frames do the work for you with a combination of horizontal and vertical frames attached to each other. From large-size frames for collectible posters to novelty word-shaped frames, your walls will be filled with uplifting decor.
This room, which belongs to B.D. Wong, is very simply designed, but features shiny fabrics such as the comforter. The bed itself is a simple sleigh bed in a soft wood color. Above the bed is the handcrafted area rug that is proudly displayed for all to see rather than being walked upon. The rest of the room is beautifully retro and all around stylish.
Adding a wall art decor to your house, office, or your buildings’ interior can create an impact. Art helps in creating a mood that you want for your interior and can help express what you want others to feel as well. It is important to know first what type of wall art is suitable for your interior’s setting. Thank you for sharing this helpful information!
Bedroom walls can make or break the entire ambience of a master bedroom, so make them shine with a stunning collage of bedroom wall art! Your bedroom should feel comfy and cozy, but it should also feel unique to you, so go with pieces in calming colors like soft neutrals or dark reds – and subjects that appeal to your interests and personality. If your hobbies include traveling and/or hiking, consider black-and-white or sepia photographs roadsides or nature scenes. Or, if you are an animal-lover, go with portraits in warm watercolors of your favorite furry critters, such as deer or horses, for a space that’s refreshed and easy – and completely yours.
Artwork can make or break the overall look of a room, so it's important to choose the right piece! You've got many factors to consider when choosing your new wall art: should it be silver and gray or vibrant and multicolor? Wooden or metal? Matte or shiny? By taking these options into account—and doing a thorough survey of the other decorations in the space—you're one step closer to finding that pivotal piece!