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When I see those pieces of art on the wall, all I can think about is the look of driftwood. These do make for good pieces of art because they can be made into almost anything and it will look good. The bed is covered in a blue paisley style comforter and the headboard is a blue and white upholstery style. Overall, it’s a very homey room and I would be very cozy sleeping in it.
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.
A floor mirror propped against a wall in your bedroom or entryway looks elegant. Go for a faceted or framed design to suit your room’s decor. Wall mirrors come in all shapes and sizes so pick the right size to fit the wall space and decide on a square, diamond, circular, oval, rectangular or asymmetrical design, among others. Mirrors are highly decorative as well as functional so, if you don’t need one specifically to check out your look, then go for a bold design that makes a statement. This includes overlapping, smoked or colored glass, a woven design or multiple small mirrors fitted together in a pattern.
Floater-framed photography sets, which make the art look like it's floating in the frame, come in various configurations, sizes and numbers of pieces. Floater-framed staggered sets come in three pieces that make a statement across your wall, for example, while a floater-framed set of four pieces can create a more coordinated square pattern on your wall.
This room mixes the best of both worlds: The privacy of a bedroom with the leisure of a living room. With minimal decoration, the room relies heavily on its furniture to liven up the place, which it makes with flying marks by dividing the room in two with the smart placement of sofas and filling the corner with a small computer desk. To counter the feeling of having a cramped space, it employs very contrasting wall colors, making the room look bigger.
The image is large enough so it needs necessary large space to prevail. I could imagine it on a huge white wall. Because of its topic, I practically can imagine this art in all of living spaces, not only a spacious living room, but also nursery or office, because its shooting colors calm us down. Green is one of my favorite color. A nature-themed pictures are always a good choice for anyone, wherever you intended.
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.
For art that uses an advanced printing process (making it almost indistinguishable from the original piece), browse a wide selection of giclee prints. Choose gallery-wrapped canvas art prints if you prefer the canvas to be pulled all the way around the stretcher and secured in the back. Once you’ve decided on the look you want, watch this video for techniques on the best way to properly hang your artwork.