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Why Wall Art Means Everything In Interior Design

Why Wall Art Means Everything In Interior Design

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The design of your interior is such an important thing when it comes to your home – it’s what adds your personal sense of style and touch that makes everything unique to you. When guests come over and compliment you on your home, it means a lot because it’s something that you’ve put together yourself. So while keeping things simple isn’t necessarily a bad thing, try making an effort to personalise things. If you’ve just bought a home and it’s already decorated – that was the previous owner’s sense of style, and you should want to change things so you can showcase your own flare, and one amazing way of doing that is by the art that you add to your walls.

It is very common in interior designing that wall art is a mere afterthought. It’s something that is added to make a wall look less bare. It’s a quick idea to hang a painting there so things don’t look as boring as they may, so it always gets dealt with last minute. But this is where things can go so wrong. Wall art should be welcomed and celebrated with open arms because it’s an excellent design opportunity that needs to be taken.

When you do it the right way, wall art can set the scene for an entire room, being the things that leads it rather than a minor feature. In fact, it may be the most important thing when it comes to interior design. Because of this, it’s very easy to be a little nervous as it has such a prominent role in your overall design plan. But there’s no need to worry – here is a list of all the best bits of advice on how you can accurately decide on pieces of art that will connect within your original space, allowing you to have a stunning interior that best reflects you.

It creates your important focal point.

A very basic rule when it comes to the common principles of interior design, is that you always need a focal point. This is essentially a single element that will immediately catch the eye and engage it within the space that it’s in, giving the individual an idea as to what’s to come. So of course, a pretty piece of wall art seems just the thing for the job. Think that luxury homes chose the right size picture lights for its paintings to accentuate their focal piece even more as it hangs powerfully about the mantle of their classic fireplace. It’s an eyecatcher, so it needs to be eye-catching. So when your deciding on the kind of piece that you want to have in your home on the wall, considering the size is very important. You don’t want to go too small as it will end up being swallowed up by various other objects in the room like the furniture. But something too big will give you a sense of everything spilling over the edge, getting consumed by it, and you don’t want that either. So you should always take the correct measurements of the wall space that you have so you know exactly how much is at your disposal.

It sets the tone for your colour palette.

Deciding on a colour palette for your home can be an extremely daunting job. Let’s face it, there are so many different colours to choose from, and then, of course, the hundreds and thousands worth of shades too. It seems like an endless selection of what to do, so it can be very hard trying to narrow down all of the possibilities to suit your vision of how you want a room to look. A lot of people will tell you to get as many of your favourite paint chips as you can and stick them up on your wall to see what you think looks best. But here’s a better idea, look for some wall art instead. Once you have found something that you love, you can then use that to work out colours that will compliment it. All you need to do is pick out a couple of shades from the piece of art that you want to incorporate into your space. You can do this by focusing on the most dominant colour first, and then pull out some other accents that you get, and then look to find those colours to decorate your room with.

It gives you more depth.

Don’t assume that the wall art you choose has to be a mere two-dimensional painting. The possibilities are truly endless as long as you look in the right places. You can find art that comes in many forms and mediums, so think about this before you settle with something. You should always think about new ways you can bring in more texture to create depth. Other than pictures, you can consider things like sculptures to hang to bring a little more excitement to the room. If you like to get creative and find the unusual things to be a lot more beautiful to look at, then think about media installations that include the possibility of screens and digital art forms. The more variety you allow yourself to have, the more it can help you to produce more stimulation to your senses, as well as the area. The rouger you decide to go with textures, the more travelled your room will feel. While the smoother you go, the sleeker and more simplistic things will appear.

It makes the room feel complete.

When you think about interiors that have been put together in a rush that may have lacked a lot of basic knowledge, you can ensure that the room itself will give off that vibe, feeling almost as if it’s unfinished and there is still so much work to be done. This tends to be in places like your first ever college apartment, or your first space you had after leaving school. It’s not your fault, it’s merely because you didn’t know about better, and why would you? You’ve never had to think about things like this before. But as you progress, you will realise that wall art is that finishing piece that helps bring everything together, creating a sense of connection. It can change your room from looking dull and boring, to something that comes out of an interior design magazine. So the key here is to choose a piece of art that fits in with your style of design, and most importantly, your personality. It’s your home, so you should be running on the basis of things that you love.

So always remember that wall art isn’t necessarily the last minute piece to the puzzle – it is so much more than that, and it is what you make it. It’s the most important feature of any room you have, so make sure that you choose wisely, and when in doubt – think about who you are as a person. What makes you happy? What drives you? What one word would sum you up? Once you’ve figured that out, your uniqueness should flow through you. Within no time you will be left with a home that designers would be proud to call their own. Guests will envy your surroundings and ask for your help in terms of how they can decorate their own home so professionally.

And to think, you achieved all of this by what you chose to hang on your walls…

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  1. Glad you shared this, I’m actually looking into redecorating our living room right now. These are great tips to keep in mind while I’m shopping.

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