Create your own rustic haven with this chic peel and stick wallpaper! Giving walls the look of weathered wood with hints of soft pale color, this authentic looking design is not only beautiful but so easy to install. Printed on a premium peel and stick material that is totally removable and will not damage walls, this perfect solution for refreshing your home saves you both the time and hassle of ordinary wallpaper. Comes on a 20.5 in x 18 ft roll.
Small or large, wall art for the living room has a transformative effect the moment you hang it up. Find metal art that adds a hint of luster to your decor, especially if it's dominated by flat fabrics and matte surfaces. Otherwise, wooden wall art lends a natural vibe, such as that found in handcarved fruitwood geese or an abstract collection of panels. Not reflecting as much light, they're ideal for an area with glossy bed linens or sequined lampshades.
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Spruce up your bedroom, living room or kitchen with our wall art featuring animals, birds and coastal scenes. Our exclusive floral and botanical prints in lush hues showcase blooming flowers that exude vintage charm, while abstract paintings of the outdoors create an air of harmony and contentment. Add a serene landscape painting to your bathroom to create a relaxing oasis. With a kaleidoscope of colors and designs to choose from, it's easy to coordinate our bath towels and shower curtains with our range of wall art to create a cohesive look.
This room’s decoration is perfect for teenage boys which a taste for sports while keeping a very modern and open environment. That is especially affirmed by the wallpaper behind the bed and the American football helmet on the nearby table in combination with the blue bed sheets and dark wood flooring. The floating bed and large window make the room feel much bigger than it is.
Once you have an idea of a general spot, frame out the area with painter’s tape to visualize the spot. Stand back a few feet and see if you like where it sits on the wall. Get artsy with this; maybe you want to hang your wall art slightly off center because there’s a plant in the corner or a chair that will block some of it. Create a vignette, or setting, like the image above, where the art is part of the grouping and slightly off center.
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.
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.