This is something that we rarely see-a bed in the middle of the room. We see a wall that has been built in the center of the room for the bed to rest on. This is rather unique, but I’m not quite sure how I feel about it. It seems unnatural in a way. On the far wall, there are two paintings that match the coloring of the area rug and the wall behind the bed. They are subtle, but bring more coloring to the room.
If you want to make a bedroom look bigger, you can mirror the furnishings. It makes the room look longer than it really is. In this case, they used mirrored accents on their nightstands. They also have a cute piece of art above the bed that is kind of mirrored. The rest the room is decorated with brown and white coloring and that large open window allows the sunlight to reflect off of the bright walls to create more natural light.
Rather than buying a picture to put on your wall, why not create your own wall full of pictures like the one in this room. This bedroom features an entire wall of picture that represent the life of the owner of the room. Above the bed there is also a picture of Marylin Monroe. I like the idea of taking your own pictures and making a mural. It brings a sense of creativity into the room. The rest of the room is decorated with different colors and patterns such as mint and gold.
This bedroom is very feminine. It is painted a soft pink color and has a pink comforter on the bed. Above the bed is a neat looking woven basket that has been flattened to be used as art. On each side of the bed there are blue paintings as well. I really enjoy looking at this room because it’s soft on the eyes and the recycled basket brings character to the area. This is an easy look to duplicate in my opinion.
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.
Have you been looking for ways to decorate your walls? Wall art is the perfect solution for small or large spaces alike, giving any room a finished and polished look in minutes. If you need inspiration for decorating your walls before you make your purchase, you can read our handy inspirational guide on wall decor here. If you are ready to make your wall art purchase and know exactly what you want, you can browse through our large selection of wall art to find the perfect piece for your home. Whether you need bedroom wall art, kitchen wall art, or any room in between, we've got what you need to turn your home into a beautifully decorated space. The modern art, vintage art, or reproductions of the classics you love are just a click away. Here are a few examples of wall art you will find right here, at Wayfair.
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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By choosing a green leaves painting, you will definitely accentuate the room in which you hang it. Besides the fact that you and your guests will feel more alive, especially because of the green nuance, you will also feel fresh and right in the middle of the spring. It is definitely a great painting for any room, be it living room, bedroom or kitchen, the most important thing is to furnish and accessorize it accordingly.
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.
The light color of the walls and the bed contrasts with the color or the objects and fabrics which make the room feel more carefree and happier. The paintings are also in harmony with the rest of the decoration, making elements of nature more evident. The lamps and the night-stands, although similar, end up breaking the symmetry in a subtle manner, which matches even more with the light air of the ambiance as a while.
Create your own rustic haven with this chic peel and stick wallpaper! Giving walls the look of weathered wood with hints of soft pale color, this authentic looking design is not only beautiful but so easy to install. Printed on a premium peel and stick material that is totally removable and will not damage walls, this perfect solution for refreshing your home saves you both the time and hassle of ordinary wallpaper. Comes on a 20.5 in x 18 ft roll.
On the hunt for the picture-perfect birthday present? Surprise a deserving guy with a stylish and humorous addition to the den with one of our many funny signs for man cave. We feature dozens of cool picks that are guaranteed to bring a smile to his face whenever he hangs out. Or, if he happens to prefer to hang out in the garage, be sure to take a look at our many custom-made garage signs.
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.
When decorating your bedroom, your first question should be “headboard or no headboard?” If you have one, is it low or high? For a high headboard, where the space above may be minimal, keep it simple. Put three smaller artworks in a row a few inches above the headboard or consider one long, narrow, panoramic artwork. If you have either a low or no headboard, a grouping of three or more artworks can work beautifully depending on the type and the height of your bedside lamps. Consider these options: center a great abstract with a restful view of the horizon and place two complementary pieces on either side over the lamps. This reflects the symmetry that often works well in bedrooms. Or, depending on the width of the wall, cluster smaller artworks into an arrangement that extends beyond the bed and over the bedside lamps. It’s easy to use art to tie all of the elements of your bedroom together.
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!