Rustic bedrooms are becoming more popular with each passing day and this one is no exception to that theory. This room features many pieces of wall art, such as the driftwood, and many other pictures that are hanging. At the end of the bed are two matching chairs and ottomans on top of a blue area rug. This is the perfect sitting are for reading or relaxing before bed. I also really like the design of the wood on the ceiling.
Wall décor - including wall art, wall accents, and wall mirrors - can brighten and bring life to a room. Here at Wayfair, we're inspired by wall décor transformations. That's why we asked eleven interior designers to share their recent room makeovers featuring wall décor. And look out for our tips to help you utilize wall decorations in your own home!
This is a rather unique theme for a bedroom, diamonds and elephants. This room features blue shaded diamonds with elephants in the background. This mom obviously wanted her child to have a love for elephants, that or she just really like the animal. If you look over the crib, you will see some more elephants. This is a super cute room for a little boy.
Mirrors are works of art, and they come in all shapes, sizes and finishes and in sets. Decorate a baby's room with a sweet heart-shaped mirror, or add a round mirror with a kitten's silhouette in a child's room. Formalize your entryway, hall or dining area with Baroque-inspired framed mirrors. Decorate your living room with rustic framed, mirrored wall panels. Frame and surround yourself with your favorite memories. There's never a need to wonder how to perfectly set your images because collage frames do the work for you with a combination of horizontal and vertical frames attached to each other. From large-size frames for collectible posters to novelty word-shaped frames, your walls will be filled with uplifting decor.
I’m really digging the style of this bedroom. It’s unique, simple, and all of the colors are deep, but really bring out the rest of the features of the room. On the one side of the wall, we see some rather different pieces hanging from the ceiling. I’m not sure what they are, but they’re cool. Above the bed, there are three metal wall hangings that reflect light off of them. I really enjoy the overall aesthetic appeal of the bedroom.
Your bedroom is where you start and end your days. It’s your own personal haven—a place where you can retreat and be yourself. So why not make it as beautiful and as uplifting as possible? With our 40 bedroom wall decor ideas, you’ll have plenty of inspiration to bring character and energy to your room. From DIY paintings to wood shelves to washi tape designs, there’s something here for every style and personality.
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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.
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.
The wall behind this bed is pretty unique. It is made of what appears to be small white blocks. I kind of like to think of them as start. The rest of the room is well kept and clean. There is very minimal furniture, if any other than the bed. The flooring is a very nice hardwood that almost matches the bed frame. I love the simplicity of the bedroom.
This room’s decoration is perfect for teenage boys which a taste for sports while keeping a very modern and open environment. That is especially affirmed by the wallpaper behind the bed and the American football helmet on the nearby table in combination with the blue bed sheets and dark wood flooring. The floating bed and large window make the room feel much bigger than it is.
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.
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!