Expand your decorating options to fill empty walls with something other than a picture or painting. Wall art creates strong focal points and dynamic textures, unifying disparate room colors into a cohesive whole. Pieces with straight, clean lines and symmetrical designs work best in homes with modern and minimalist styles. Consider metallic wall art to contrast wood decor and soft fabrics. Wood art offers fresh, organic shapes with eye-catching lines. Choose that material to accentuate rustic living rooms or to bring an outdoor element into an urban-chic space. Wall mirrors reflect existing light and create the illusion of a bigger room. Tealights, votives or electric candles in wall holders provide warm ambiance and are useful in places with limited surface area. For backyard and patio spaces, look for items that are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Present in the wall, bedsheets, and pillows, the stamps with geometric shapes create a personalized and unique ambiance. The union of the colors with the shapes cause an interesting tridimensional effect that captures our attention. Other subtle details, be no less essential are the pink shelf, centered on the colored wall and the nightstand with a rose vase on, that leaves the ambient with a more delicate and comfortable feel, along with the green stamped curtains that represent the presence of nature in the room.
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.
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.
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!