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.
This is definitely a man’s room. If you couldn’t tell, there is minimal furniture and the colors are all the same. The bed is a white color and the headboard and floor both match, using the same wood color and texture. On the wall behind the bed is a gorgeous painting of two sets of birds. This seems to bring a sense of individuality into the bedroom. This room is also very brightly lit, thanks to what I can only assume is a window on the other side of the room.
If you take a look around this room, you will see that it resembles mostly that of the country style. I am impressed by the wall hanging behind the bed. It really brings out a rustic appeal. The rest of the room is encased in neutral coloring, such as greys and blues. There’s a cute sitting area in the corner, perfect for reading or relaxing without having to get into your bed.
A bedroom that could fit either a guy or a young couple, this room goes from the premise that wall decorations alone can transform any ambiance. While the room itself is minimal, the wall’s design make with disks certainly stands out and captures the eyes of anyone entering it, making up for the lack of decorative furniture or other more colorful pieces.
This is a very dark room, much like one of the ones from earlier. However, this room features a divider made from windows, which is pretty cool. If you notice, this would be the artwork that’s in the room, aside from the huge hanging thing in the middle of the room. The rest of the accents are black and grey and the window brings in enough light to make the room not so dark.
Pay close attention to the color palette of the paintings, and think about whether you want to have canvas pictures that seamlessly blend in with the room, or art that truly stands out on its own. Consider the function of the room as well. Hang world map canvas art for a fun addition to a child’s bedroom, or still life art to brighten up your dining room. Adding some abstract canvas art is also a great way to accent the living area. Your canvas artwork options are limited only by your imagination. 

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.

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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.
If you can’t get to nature, let nature come to you. This is a wonderful picture that brings a real splash of color and life to even the dullest or plainest of rooms. It’s a simple image that says so much and creates the feeling that you are among the trees, experiencing nature at its best. There is a nice contrast between the colors of the leaves and the shadows behind, making it look even more lifelike. The beautiful shades of green are easy to accentuate with the right accessories. It’s a nice picture to brighten up an office setting or a hallway, somewhere that needs that extra something to perk it up a bit. Hang it as one complete picture or break it into sections and create little spots of color around a room. This would make the perfect gift for someone who is creating a spring or summer theme in a room
Wow, there’s definitely a lot of orange in this room. I would think that this room belongs to somebody who really likes bright colors and art. When I say art, I mean that artwork that is behind the bed. It looks as if it is a bunch of metal strands put together to create something unique. The rest of the room is filled with orange and white accents, making it a very bright place to be.

Your choice of wall art is a great way to express your personal taste. Designs range from minimalist to complex, prints of natural scenery to everyday objects, geometric patterns to abstract ink swirls, black and white or bright, bold colors. The texture is just as important as the image and while flat prints and paintings are ideal for many wall spaces, some spaces just need a little bit more to make them stand out. In this case, go for dimensional art. Intriguing designs made from paper, wood, metal or capiz make the wall art pop before your eyes. This type of art is particularly suited to a room with a calm, minimalist design, neutral tones or fairly large size.


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.

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.
Originally we started with a plasma cutter that Austin designed and built from tools and supplies he had available. It was a game changer for us and the signs created from this machine were so well made that people would ask us if they were laser cut. We now own a Bodor fibre laser cutter that guarantees quality cuts with the most intricate detail. Every new sign is pushing the envelope in design.
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