This painting is exactly what I was looking for! The colors are bright and mine has some texture to it, just from the texture of the canvas. I didn't measure the pieces but they look just right (i have other paintings in this size to compare) and they add a lovely, calming feeling in any room (except maybe a bathroom!). Monet is fantastic at making 2D look 3D and this painting definitely pops out where the colors are gathered. The frames are sturdy and easy to hang. My only minor complaint is they were packaged with another painting attached to them and the tape was incredibly wrinkled so they just kind of hung together. The box was so tight I had to cut the sides off just to get the paintings out!
Well, there you have it, folks! Those are 75 of the most unique wall art ideas that we could scour off of the internet. I enjoy all of these designs and most of them are pretty easy to accomplish. When it comes to wall art, you can always make it your own. You can bring individuality and character in to any room with just a small amount of wall art. If you enjoyed this list, feel free to commend and share.
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.
This luxurious bedroom sporting a combination of dark and bright colors gives off the impression of wealth and royalty. With more ornate or gold-plated furniture, it brings back the splendor of La Belle Epoque. The dark paintings and heavy curtains cover the walls making the ambient more secluded and personal while the covered lamps and antique-looking chandelier keep the room well-lit. The large bed gives it a comforting look or an otherwise serious environment.
This room is very similar to the previous one in that it’s simple. Both the walls and comforter are white, as is the carpet. However, on the wall, there are some unique pieces of art. The first one is an exposed human. Their rear end is exposed for the world to see. The piece of art on the other side seems to be a bunch of different patterns and writings put together into one. I really like how simple, but cool, the room is overall.
This minimalist room design made from a blend of light and dark colors gives the viewer a rustic and warm feeling without giving up on its modernity. With tones of brown that resemble wooden furniture. That is especially noticed on the chandelier that, while being entirely composed of metal and glass, manages to give us a feeling of living by candlelight. To further reinforce that “Cabin in the woods” feeling is the framed pictures with images of pine forests.
When I look at this room, it comes to my attention that the theme of it is sailor bears. You can see all of the décor is centered around bears and sailing. Both the crib and the dresser match in texture and color, which is nice. The walls are painted a mustard color, which seems to work well with the navy blue. My favorite part of the room would probably have to be the necessity holder off to the left side.
Adding a wall art decor to your house, office, or your buildings’ interior can create an impact. Art helps in creating a mood that you want for your interior and can help express what you want others to feel as well. It is important to know first what type of wall art is suitable for your interior’s setting. Thank you for sharing this helpful information!