Invigorate your decor with new and exciting wall art and inspiring photography. From architecture and landscapes to still life displays and sports, you'll find canvas art, posters and photography in every subject you desire, framed or unframed, in sizes from less than 30 inches to over 100 inches in height and in various lengths to match. To hang wall art, let the shape of the wall help you determine the arrangement. For example, put a wall art set on a long horizontal wall, two pieces of art one over the other on a narrow vertical wall or one large piece of art between two windows on a wall. The design options are endless with wall art.
This room, which belongs to B.D. Wong, is very simply designed, but features shiny fabrics such as the comforter. The bed itself is a simple sleigh bed in a soft wood color. Above the bed is the handcrafted area rug that is proudly displayed for all to see rather than being walked upon. The rest of the room is beautifully retro and all around stylish.
Make sure you’re never late with a clock. Hang one in a prominent place, such as above the television or over the kitchen countertop. Choose a design that stands out, including clocks with big numbers and brightly colored hands to those with natural coloring and a numberless design. In your bedroom, place a traditional-style alarm clock on the shelf next to your bed for a fun and charming, albeit noisy touch when it’s time to wake up.
Floater-framed photography sets, which make the art look like it's floating in the frame, come in various configurations, sizes and numbers of pieces. Floater-framed staggered sets come in three pieces that make a statement across your wall, for example, while a floater-framed set of four pieces can create a more coordinated square pattern on your wall.
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.
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.
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