Moving into a new home comes with a whole lot of stress! But more than stress, a new house means limitless potential. You and your family get to design your new home’s décor from the ground up in a way that suits your needs. That means in each room, the furniture, colors and accents are all working together to create an atmosphere that everyone loves. Whenever you walk into a room, you can feel great about carefully picking the parts that work together to create a flawless whole, which is a really special feeling. If you think that you have done nearly everything you can to make your new home complete but something still doesn’t feel quite finished, it’s possible that you still need wall art. The best wall decor is going to make your home feel finished and polished. Let’s take a look at the different ways you can incorporate art throughout your house.
The art that you keep in a room is going to help determine how it feels to live in that space. In living rooms, you want art that makes friends and family feel welcomed. Oftentimes, our living rooms are the biggest rooms in the house and also the most public, making them very important when it comes to making that all-important first impression. Luckily for you, you still have a huge range of options to choose from, including big centerpieces that draw the eye and gallery walls that let visitor’s gaze wander and find fresh details every time they visit. When it comes to welcoming people to come and relax in your kitchen or dining room, you can shoot for art that is fun and lighthearted. Kitchens are naturally busy areas with plenty of activity on the countertop, so too much art isn’t necessary to decorate this space.
As you move into bedrooms, all you have to think about is the preferences of the owner. Let your kids’ imaginations run wild, giving them free reign to pick the wall décor that best matches their personalities. In your own room, consider what kinds of art are going to help you to relax and unwind after a long day. Since your bed is the centerpiece of your bedroom, consider how your favorite art is going to relate to the bed; a big picture or set of smaller pictures is going to look great across from the bed or right above it. Enjoy decorating your home!
When it comes to creating a home that you love, there are a few elements that are crucial to creating that beautiful, finished space that you can’t wait to show off to your friends. Once you have the basics down, from comfortable furniture to complementing wall colors to plush rugs, it’s time to focus on the accents that really make a house into a home. Those accents can include everything from gorgeous mood lighting to stylish collectibles and mementos that you have gathered together from your travels. Hanging about everything else, of course, is the decorative art pieces that you choose to hang on your walls. There are so many options to choose from, whether you prefer panels or sculptures, realistic pictures, abstract art or geometric art. Whatever you choose, the art in any room will go a long way toward improving the décor!
Why should you choose to incorporate metal wall art decor in a room? Any kind of art, and especially metal art, plays a big role in completing the décor of a room in a way that makes your spaces more beautiful and more personal. How so? A fabulous metal art piece can create a focal point that catches the eye. This focal point is going to complement the rest of the room’s décor and help to set the tone. In a kitchen, it could be a beautiful shiny metal piece that complements the metal of your kitchen fixtures. In the bedroom and bathroom, brushed metal art is a wonderful way of making a room soothing and relaxing. In the living room, colorful metal art is going to draw the eye and add to the drama and energy of the space in a way that you can enjoy with family and with visiting friends.
One of the great things about metal art is that it adds a three-dimensional aspect to your décor and to the wall where it is hung. Your walls become not just a flat surface but a demonstration. Metal art can be touched and appreciated but it can also simply provide a texture that prints and mirrors might lack. If you are decorating a room that really needs a splash of something special to make the room feel completed, metal wall art is exactly what you are looking for to add that drama. Bring metal into your decorating scheme today!
Whether you are moving into a new home or getting excited to update old décor, there is no better time to redecorate! You don’t have to start from scratch to give your home a facelift; you can find a few bold new additions to your current décor to add life and a new style to what you have already spent years creating. The important first step is deciding on what theme you want to capitalize on. Do you want to go shabby chic with upcycled items from local antique shops and consignment stores? Or maybe a modern industrial look is going to be easy to achieve with the addition of some carefully chosen raw metal shelving and beautiful Edison bulbs? Here, we are going to talk about adding some hometown charm to your theme with rustic wall decor and more.
If you have been craving the warmth and friendliness of rustic décor in your home, you are in luck; rustic décor does not have to be expensive and it is not hard to incorporate. So where do you start? First, consider what rustic décor has in common. Rustic means natural, which can include everything from wood to stone to metal elements in your new décor and furniture. Rustic can also mean weathered, so getting things second hand that are gently tarnished, distressed or aged is going to only add to your beautiful new décor. As you are considering your color palette, be sure to keep an eye out for earthy colors that are warm and gentle; imagine the kinds of colors you would see outside throughout the year. That can include the vibrant oranges and reds of fall, the buttery, bold colors of summer and the cool and dry greens and browns of winter.
As you update your décor, don’t forget about your walls! Rustic wall décor should incorporate all of the elements we have talked about. You can include art from the outdoors, like lovely landscapes, or downhome sayings and inspiration. If you love animals, consider bringing wild animal art or farm animal art into the picture. Your new art should feel organic and approachable, something that you can glance at and feel welcomed by. Whether you are shopping second hand or going online to find something new, be sure to explore texture and color that reminds you of home. Enjoy redecorating with your new rustic theme!