Cherelle Chevalier Wall Decor April 07, 2018 20:19:02
One great idea for wall decor is to hang some simple art work to it. Pick a section of the wall and add some of your favorite framed artwork. Make sure they match you don’t want a bunch of scattered artwork up there. They at least have to have the same color pattern or be of the same subject.
Oil Paintings - These are quality options for Wall Decor. Way back to the ancient Roman and Egyptian civilization oil paintings have always been used in designing all kinds of wall art. Oil paint and some other materials are normally used in creating stunning images and decoration. In most homes oil paintings are done on the walls. The colors normally blend well. Oftentimes the decoration glows whenever there’s light in the house.
Stencils are a bit more artsy than murals and can give your room a handmade look. I’ve seen some great stencils that look like rock walls with vines and ivy. If you are the least bit creative then stencils will allow you to exercise that creativity to make a piece of wall art which you can enjoy every day as well as show off to your guests.
Locating the best Wall Decor - Having known a lot about wall decors one can locate the best of such artworks by visiting well known art shops. You can even locate the best of them online. Finally a good number of quality wall decors may cost you some fortune to get. Nevertheless you can always get the ones that will fit into your budget.
Wooden Decor Items - Wood is a versatile medium. It can be used to create a number of different wall decor items. For example the wood can be carved into a mask. A mask can also be the mask of a person or an animal.
Architectural Elements - One of my favorite ways to decorate the wall is by using architectural elements. By this I mean old doors wrought iron gates corbels porch pieces - anything that you might normally find on the outside of the house can add depth and interest to your inside walls. When it comes to architectural elements the more wear the piece has and the chippier the paint the better! This aging and wear gives character to the piece and adds interest.