This would be the perfect bedroom for a teenage girl. Why? Well, the butterflies of course! There are four different colored butterfly paintings above the bed. Behind those paintings is some more wall art, which is the wall itself. The wall is blue, but there have been white pieces of trim added as if to make the wall a picture itself. The rest of the room is set in a cream color and the comforter is a beautiful white patterned color.
The wall art in this room is super unique. I like to think of it as frames in frames. Each one of the frames has a few pieces of art, most of which are sea shells. The bed is covered in large decorative pillows that match the coloring of the walls and the wall art. I love the fur draped over the end of the bed frame. It brings an elegant look to the room.
This photo reminds me about a hot summer day lounging under the trees. I usually go hiking a lot in woods, so I see this sight many times. Looking at the image, I totally have this feeling, it is like I am lounging under a tree, almost feel the cool breeze on my face, which moves the branches of trees, and I can hear the vibration of leaves, the twittering of birds. This 5-panel image is absolutely realistic.
If you move your eyes over to the left side of the room, you will notice wall art that has words that resemble the ocean or the beach. There is also that piece of art above the bed that is made from what appears to be repurposed wood. On the bed, you will see pillows with nemo fish on them, adding to the ocean theme of the bedroom. The rest of the room is created with a variety of different colors and textures.
A few strategic wall art pieces can have the power to make any guest feel warm, relaxed and right at home. When styling your guest bedroom, consider matching the wall décor to the main interior – because a cohesive aesthetic can help overnight friends and family feel more at ease and less out of place. For example, if your living room or dining room wall décor features rural landscapes or animal imagery, keep the theme going in the guest bedroom; a farmhouse photo or desert sunset painting will create a unified aesthetic – and a homey appeal. On the other hand, if most rooms feature rural landscapes or animal imagery, wall art focusing on cityscapes or abstract patterns can create a stark shift in mood that sets apart – or even isolates – a guest bedroom from the rest of the home.
This room has a lot of coloring to it. It is very bright and is obviously a nursery shared by another person. On the wall is a cute painting of some pink swirls and designs. It doesn’t have a particular theme, which I really like. All of the furniture in the room matches and all of the colors used correspond nicely with one another. This is the perfect room for any kid that likes Minnie mouse and is about to have a sibling.
By choosing a green leaves painting, you will definitely accentuate the room in which you hang it. Besides the fact that you and your guests will feel more alive, especially because of the green nuance, you will also feel fresh and right in the middle of the spring. It is definitely a great painting for any room, be it living room, bedroom or kitchen, the most important thing is to furnish and accessorize it accordingly.
Need something that will really stand out against your deep charcoal walls? Pick out white wall art featuring textured starfish or even a mermaid perched on a crescent moon. You can also find mirror art wall decor to help lighten the heavy feeling in a dark space. A small mirror radiating crisscrossing lines adorned with clear acrylic gems is just the thing for your foyer. Simply hang it over a console table finished in antique white for a vignette that straddles contemporary cool and traditional poise.