Play to your kids’ creative sides with some imaginative bedroom wall art! Whether it’s a painting of an elusive unicorn or an encouraging message in bold graphics, the perfect kids wall art will offer a splash of color and a whole lot of inspiration to any children’s bedroom. To keep a playful air, get inside the mind of your child when shopping for kids wall art – or, better yet, bring your child along for the ride! Allowing your child to choose her favorite piece can help build her self-esteem and sense of style – and is sure to keep a youthful energy in a bedroom she’ll love.
Shelves are another functional wall decoration. Wooden shelves add warmth to a room while metal shelves have a modern edge. Stagger the shelves at different levels or use differing lengths to create interest. Choose a design with decorative brackets or go for floating shelves. Boxed shelves resemble an artistic frame within which your objects become the picture. A shaped shelf, such as a circle with internal dividers, provides different storage areas within an attractive design.
Turn your home into a gallery with sophisticated, rustic or whimsical metal wall art. Hang a set of three elegant wire poppies with vintage flair, dimensional wall art that makes it look like you attached vases of flowers on the wall or a contemporary radiating iron wire wall sculpture structure with multi-colored discs to add sparkle to your home.
If you aren’t into the bright and beautiful colors that we have seen so far for this theme, then check out these colors. This room features that beautiful canvas art of trees and birds which contrasts with the green area rug and red rocking chair. The crib is black and white, which can be considered gender neutral. I really enjoy the fact that they thought out of the box and went with something a little less flashy than the others.
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!