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.
A large bedroom with a soothing and tranquil light blue color in which the main theme screams comfort and gives a new meaning to the phrase “Sleeping on the clouds”. The painting blends with the padded furniture and round corners of clear colors making an otherwise nearly empty bedroom feel welcoming and comfortable. The different colored plants on the nightstands break the monotony of colors and expand the painting’s influence, making it yet come prevalent.
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.
The first thing that I notice about this room is the painting above the bed. It reminds me of a giant picture taken out of one of those calming adult coloring books. Next to that painting are some wall lamps that seem to just be hanging there. The rest of the room is painted an orange and olive color to go with some of the colors that we see in the painting. The room itself is simple, but there are certain aspects of it that bring it to life, such as that small area rug.
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When decorating your bedroom, your first question should be “headboard or no headboard?” If you have one, is it low or high? For a high headboard, where the space above may be minimal, keep it simple. Put three smaller artworks in a row a few inches above the headboard or consider one long, narrow, panoramic artwork. If you have either a low or no headboard, a grouping of three or more artworks can work beautifully depending on the type and the height of your bedside lamps. Consider these options: center a great abstract with a restful view of the horizon and place two complementary pieces on either side over the lamps. This reflects the symmetry that often works well in bedrooms. Or, depending on the width of the wall, cluster smaller artworks into an arrangement that extends beyond the bed and over the bedside lamps. It’s easy to use art to tie all of the elements of your bedroom together.
If you have some spare fabric samples that you aren’t sure what to do with, then check this out. They used their samples to make a headboard! This is probably one of the neatest ideas that I have seen so far-very creative! They matched those samples up to some floral printed pillows and a comforter. I really like the overall coloring of the room accents and how they all go together so well.
This bedroom is very feminine. It is painted a soft pink color and has a pink comforter on the bed. Above the bed is a neat looking woven basket that has been flattened to be used as art. On each side of the bed there are blue paintings as well. I really enjoy looking at this room because it’s soft on the eyes and the recycled basket brings character to the area. This is an easy look to duplicate in my opinion.