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Wall art

Wall art doesn't have to cost a fortune or be hard to put up on your walls. Every wall is a blank canvas for making your home more personal. Whether it's modern art, nature, or a collage of your favorite objects, it's a gallery just for you.

Complete your home with wall art

Turning any blank stretch of wall into your canvas is easy with affordable framed wall art. Put your sense of style on display by matching various frame types in different colors with the artwork, photography or textile work you’d like to showcase.

Art to breathe new life into your walls

From modern art to stunning nature scenes to your own personal collages, there are a lot of options in what you can put in a stylish frame to transform any room. Choose the look of your picture by either having the frame visible or folding the canvas around the frame. You can pair the rustic feel of woodland scenes or a path through a country wheat field with the modern look of black or gray aluminum frames. Or remind yourself of times spent down the shore by putting the view from a sandy beach in your living room. Go with stunning, industrial photos of the city you call home or showcase several cities you’ve lived in or visited with framed black and white aerial maps. Really want to showcase your love of architecture, animals or natural landscapes? Create a collage of images that compliment each other with framed picture or poster sets. Go minimalist with framed wall art highlighting the time-lapse shift in a gleaming white moon against a black background. Or trace the lines of wall art that enlarges leaves against a beige background for you to contemplate every curve while sipping wine and listening to jazz. Hang a list of herbs done in a classic illustrative style in a sleek black fiberboard frame in the kitchen. Or go with the boho style of painting prints featuring an array of colors and textures such as a deer perfectly merged with its natural environment as flowers coat its body and dance from its antlers. And there’s the simplicity of traditional prints with soothing dark warm tones and a defined color palette such as a close up of flowers running white to dark pink on a black background. 

Tips for choosing wall art you’ll love

For showcase pieces, wall art should be sizeable enough—between 2 to 4 feet—to dominate a space and change the mood of a room. Some advise that wall art should be roughly 70% the width of couches or beds it is placed over. While no advice on art is set in stone, the same effect of larger pieces, however, can be achieved with a series of several smaller framed wall art pieces that come together for a collage effect. The center of one large piece or that of several frames should have its midpoint at eye level. 

While your choice in art or photography can reflect the color scheme of a room in a major way, this is not necessary for visual harmony. Slight glimpses of color or even variations on a certain hue in your wall art can draw the eye to create tonal continuity. Or go with the power of stunning contrast while leaving concerns about matching colors behind.

That’s because, just like Uncle Charlie giving a speech at a wedding, nothing draws attention like a break from the norm. As such, pair vibrant abstract art or other stunning modern pieces with the rustic backdrop of wood paneling and leather couches in the living room to draw the eyes toward your wall art.

At the end of the day, it’s important that whatever art you choose speaks to you and that it reflects your sense of style and taste. Just as the artwork in your home will affect your mood, your mood will affect how you see any given piece as the seasons and natural lighting changes.