Far too often in interior design, the wall art is being the afterthought.
Of course, the furniture, color, and layout of every room must be cohesive and logical, but the smaller, often-overlooked facets of design—including the selection of wall art have an evident importance to enliven your living space making your home unique and vibrant.
While not every wall needs to be a gallery showcase, a piece of art that brings out certain shades and colors can utterly transform rather than simply decorate a room.
Need some tips in that?
Create a personal statement
“Find something that speaks to you”.
The paintings or sculptures or any other wall art you choose for your apartment, can make highly personal statements about how you perceive yourself and your place in the world.
Many designers even recommend first choosing an art piece that echoes with you and then using the selected work as inspiration for a room’s colors and furnishings. The key here is to not go overboard; be subtle, yet deliberate.
Choose a focal point
Every room needs a focal point that will instantly cathces the eye into the space and give the viewer a sense of what to expect. It goes without saying that a great piece of wall art could easily fulfill this position. Let it be bold, creative and representative.
Make the room appear accomplished
You have finished furnishing the room but there is a feeling that something is missing. This is the moment you have to concider adding the wall art. You would need the element that pulls a space together and makes it feel complete. The key here is to choose a piece of art that fits in with the decorating style that you’ve already chosen for the room. After that, it’s all about choosing decor that you love and will be happy seeing hang on your wall for many years to come.