Ciara Brady. Wall Art Design. April 08th , 2021.
A large calendar works especially well on an office or kitchen wall. Keep track of your events while also adding a standout element to enliven your room! Try bright and bold calendars with sans serif fonts to create a modern look and add a pop of color.
If you’ve run out of floor space for bookshelves, take your collection to the wall. Install floating shelves and display hardcovers, small sculptures, and other odds and ends.
Mirrors reflect light, helping a small space to feel bigger and brighter. Try hanging an oversized mirror, or display several smaller pieces salon-style.
Those ’70s macramé wall hangings have come back in a big way. The weavings add texture and warm up stark walls. Shop for them on Etsy, or try your hand at making your own.
Nobody wants to stare at a blank wall all day long, which is why wall art is such a crucial step in the decorating process. And once you start brainstorming, the rest is easy. From gallery walls to DIY pieces like framing your accessories and large-scale photography, we’ve got plenty of wall art ideas to spark your creativity. And where better to look for inspiration that interior designer-decorated walls? Read through to see which wall decor ideas and galleries you’d like to recreate at home.
An oversized painting or photograph will command attention and set the tone in a small space. Try a black-and-white photo in a minimalist space or add color with a vibrant abstract piece.
Sconces add an extra source of light without taking up space on the floor or a side table. Choose an eye-catching design that doubles as a wall sculpture to bring in light and style.
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