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.
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.

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Invite a cool tone into your surroundings with an aqua-colored vase bearing leafy branches. This blue wall art would look astonishing on a pale yellow wall; simply find a few Greek key pillows in a similar green-blue to line up on your couch. You could even hang a dark blue compass rose for a unique wayfaring element in your bedroom. Just throw in a white comforter patterned with navy blue stripes for a nautical vibe or watercolor florals, if you're leaning toward a more modern style.
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.

When it comes to small bedrooms, sometimes there isn’t much that can be done with them. However, this room proves me wrong. This tiny bedroom can only hold so much, which is why I appreciate the words on the wall so much. This is a great way to express yourself without having a ton of stuff in your room. I really like the chandelier that hangs from the ceiling. It’s super chic.


What better way is there to put up nail-free wall art than with decorative decals? From sports themes to wall murals and inspirational quotations to backsplash-style tiles, wall decals cover all types and sizes of wall spaces or emphasize smaller areas with a pop of color and curiosity. Today's wall decals are sophisticated enough to put in dining rooms and cute enough for nurseries, too. They look like customized wall murals or stencils, but they're much easier to remove and reposition thanks to easy peel-and-stick technology.
Turn your home into a gallery with sophisticated, rustic or whimsical metal wall art. Hang a set of three elegant wire poppies with vintage flair, dimensional wall art that makes it look like you attached vases of flowers on the wall or a contemporary radiating iron wire wall sculpture structure with multi-colored discs to add sparkle to your home.
Once you have an idea of a general spot, frame out the area with painter’s tape to visualize the spot. Stand back a few feet and see if you like where it sits on the wall. Get artsy with this; maybe you want to hang your wall art slightly off center because there’s a plant in the corner or a chair that will block some of it. Create a vignette, or setting, like the image above, where the art is part of the grouping and slightly off center.
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.
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.
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.
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