This contemporary metallic sculpture, created with small, protruding silver balls that form continuous circles toward a crystal center, illuminates the wall with shadows and light. Adding the framed prints next to and below the sculpture presents an interesting aesthetic arrangement.
Although the kitchen is tight on space, personality was still incorporated into the design wherever possible. The artwork, hanging on the wall above the bar area table, adds not only a true focal point to the kitchen but also a touch of bold color to the otherwise earthy neutral space.
A gallery wall of transportation prints makes a colorful, fun backdrop to the sleek gray crib in this boy's nursery. Visual texture and tactile appeal is brought in through a mix of patterns from the graphic curtains to the blue-and-white gingham rocking chair and faux fur area rug.
This living room features a wall of curated art included antique photographs, vintage gold frames and prints. The club chairs, blue wingback chair and steamer trunk add to the eclectic yet curated style.
Pink bathrooms were all the rage in the 50s, and it looks like designer Caitlin Murray is still digging the look! With a pink vanity and accent wall, pin-up girl print and black-and-white tile floors, this bathroom definitely feels like a throwback.
After getting the slab-style dining table through the door, Tiffany paired it with bright, mismatched chairs, seen on HGTV Stars. The coordinated gallery wall features pop art prints designed by Palm Springs artists.
To fill a big blank wall, take your favorite vacation photo and upload it to one of the many sites that now print large format photographs. You can create an impactful, personal work of art that's inexpensive, says Atlanta interior designer and home decor store owner Steve McKenzie. He created this room as part of the makeovers given to families by Dwell with Dignity Atlanta, a nonprofit organization.
Bold art prints pop against the white walls of this modern sitting space. The simple design allows the eyes to be drawn first to the art rather than the room. A black leather bench sits below the hung artwork nearing a wood accent wall with red lit squares displayed. A minimalist, three-footed wood chair sits alone in the open floor space.
If your lack of wall art is giving you night sweats, maybe it’s time to pick up a few art supplies. Wall décor can get expensive and if you’re on a budget, sometimes the best way to “ acquire” art is to make your own! The art supplies will likely cost you a fraction of what you’d pay for a store-bought painting or print.
Botanical prints and two accents shaped like cathedral windows bring a country touch to this master bedroom. An antique loveseat in green complements the wall art, as well as gives the owners another spot to read and relax after a long day at work.