An obvious place to begin is with color. One trick of the trade many designers use it to pull an accent color from the rug, window treatments, or upholstery to work into artwork on the walls. In this way, everything in the room is subtly unified, even if you're layering with lots of patterns or experimenting with several different hues at once. Try purple wall art that speaks to the sheer curtains on the windows; violet poppies make this warm shade sing, especially when the floral plaques themselves are placed on an opposite wall.
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!
With an abundance of neutral colors and simple patterns, this room goes easy on the eyes. It also shows many signs of antique influences on the furniture’s style, offering us the comfortable feeling, like that of vintage elegant hotels and even the guest room on the family’s elders, without making it outdated or old, which allow for rest without too much aversion.
This room mixes the best of both worlds: The privacy of a bedroom with the leisure of a living room. With minimal decoration, the room relies heavily on its furniture to liven up the place, which it makes with flying marks by dividing the room in two with the smart placement of sofas and filling the corner with a small computer desk. To counter the feeling of having a cramped space, it employs very contrasting wall colors, making the room look bigger.
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.
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.
When I look at this room, it comes to my attention that the theme of it is sailor bears. You can see all of the décor is centered around bears and sailing. Both the crib and the dresser match in texture and color, which is nice. The walls are painted a mustard color, which seems to work well with the navy blue. My favorite part of the room would probably have to be the necessity holder off to the left side.
The details of the decoration in darker tones and in wood are highlighted by the predominance of light colors on the walls, which makes the ambiance lighter. Special attention to the wall where there are many framed pictures, they are much more than an element of the decoration, They bring to those present feelings of respect to important moments in our lives. Apart from the pictures, the presence of the classical on objects and furniture give the room a refined air.
This is a very dark room, much like one of the ones from earlier. However, this room features a divider made from windows, which is pretty cool. If you notice, this would be the artwork that’s in the room, aside from the huge hanging thing in the middle of the room. The rest of the accents are black and grey and the window brings in enough light to make the room not so dark.
If you look around the whole room, you will see that there are many pictures of individuals from the past. This is the type of room that you would expect to see in a museum or one of those historical bread and breakfasts. The rest of the room is set in bright white and black accent pieces. One would think that whoever create this room was hugely into the past.