Offer good for one item at regular price only. Limit one coupon per customer per day. Must present coupon at time of purchase. Offer is not valid with any other coupon, discount or previous purchase. One cut or one bolt of fabric or trim "by the yard" equals one item. Online fabric & trim discount is limited to 10 yards, single cut. Excludes CRICUT® products, candy & snack products, gum & mints, gift cards, custom orders, labor, rentals, class fees or items labeled "Your Price". Exclusions subject to change. Cash Value 1/10¢.
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.
Frames are a terrific way to display photos of family and friends. Choose them with or without internal borders and decide whether to stand them on shelving or hang them on a wall. For shelving, a swivel design adds a unique touch. For your wall, go for gallery frames to display numerous photos in a pretty design. The material you opt for needs to complement your decor and with frames of polished brass or nickel, antiqued bronze, reclaimed wood, mirrored glass, bamboo, marble and more, there’s plenty of options for you to get the right look.
Invite a cool tone into your surroundings with an aqua-colored vase bearing leafy branches. This blue wall art would look astonishing on a pale yellow wall; simply find a few Greek key pillows in a similar green-blue to line up on your couch. You could even hang a dark blue compass rose for a unique wayfaring element in your bedroom. Just throw in a white comforter patterned with navy blue stripes for a nautical vibe or watercolor florals, if you're leaning toward a more modern style.
I really like the exposed brick designs that I come across when doing these posts. This bedroom features that exposed brick and on that brick are very different pieces of wall art. The overall room is simple and there isn’t much to it, but the atmosphere is nice. I like the simplicity of the wrought iron bed as well. It’s the perfect space for a bachelor or college student.
This room have a gorgeous glow to it thanks to that large window and light sage colored walls. On the wall, we do see a couple of paintings that are shielded by light fixtures. Next to those, there are three pieces of art in front of a desk. I’m not too sure what they are supposed to be. Flowers maybe? Whatever they are, they give the room a unique touch.
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.
For art that uses an advanced printing process (making it almost indistinguishable from the original piece), browse a wide selection of giclee prints. Choose gallery-wrapped canvas art prints if you prefer the canvas to be pulled all the way around the stretcher and secured in the back. Once you’ve decided on the look you want, watch this video for techniques on the best way to properly hang your artwork.
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.
If the room could be described in a single word, it would certainly be “Autumn”. The ice walls, hanging decorations, and skeletal night-stands seem to give the room a chill and windy look, which is countered by the dark-colored bed and fur-covered bench which give the feeling of warmth and comfort. Overall, the room is a perfect balance between the aspects of Autumn, which is highlighted by the dashes of orange amidst the white and brown.
Metal artwork looks great in every room of the home. There are so many designs and styles to choose from when you decide to decorate your walls with metal wall art. You can go with text artwork, nature artwork, wrought iron wall decor, and more. There are also different color options available, so you're not just limited to black metal artwork. Decorating with this medium truly allows you to get creative. You can mix and match colors, sizes, and styles to create a look that is unique to your home with metal wall decor.
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.