Keeping It Together: Why Wall Art Matters
We often deal with wall art as the very last element. Long after the paint has dried and the furniture has been arranged. When done right, walk art can provide for the whole of the room. Here's how you can thoughtfully incorporate wall art into your space to take your interior design up a notch:
An instant colour palette
One of the most daunting facets of having to design any interior is having to choose a colour palette, thanks to the endless number of shades paints now have to offer. So instead of going forth with paint chips in an attempt to fit your vision for the space, try searching for wall art instead.
Once you've found a wall art you absolutely love, pick out three colours from it to incorporate into your decor. Tip: pick one dominant shade and the rest as accents.
A focal point
Just as an artist strives to introduce a single eye-capturing design element into his drawing, each room must have a definitive focal point. You guessed it; wall art could easily fill this position! Just be particular about the size of the wall art - anything too big would feel as if it were spilling over, whereas the bulkier furniture pieces could dwarf anything too small. Tip: take measurements of your wall space to ensure the room you have at your disposal to stick on the wall art without looking chaotic.
The finishing touch
Think about the messiest interiors you've seen. The chances are that the space appeared a little unfinished or rough around the edges had white walls and no wall art. It may appear extra, but wall art is truly an element that binds the space together to make it feel whole.
If you've already defined the decorating style of the room, pick a piece of art that best compliments your aesthetics. Remember to invest a little, if not a lot, on picking the right piece - putting your room on an interior design magazine may not be your cup of tea, but you should definitely feel content with the masterpiece on your wall for the years to come.
A sense of texture
Wall art can exist as two or three-dimensional elements. Variety in the mediums helps bring about a sense of texture into the space. So throw in the extra bit of texture for adding onto the visual weight of your interiors.
Now that you know that wall art can provide you with an extraordinary framework for you to plan the rest of your room, how about tile stickers for your kitchen and bathroom? At the Bolsover Design, we've got all this and more for your newfound space. We make the best of kitchen tile stickers that are easy to put on and easier to take off—you can order waterproof tile stickers in mosaic or azulejo. We sell wall art stickers that you can install around the house, especially in the bedroom and living room spaces, and we'll customize them in whichever size you want.