how to design your wall with wall art

If you’re looking for a way to spice up your home, wall art is a great way to do it. Empty walls are just spaces you can fill to make your home feel more “you.” If you’re looking for a way to make your bare walls into the centrepiece of your home, keep reading.


In this article, we’ll be going over 5 different ways you can use wall art in order to design your wall to make your home that much more personal.


Large-Scale Wall Art Pieces

Putting a large painting or print on your wall is an immediate call to anyone’s attention. It can help make a small space feel larger and more complete. You can make the piece fit the ambience of your room. If you’re a fan of minimalism, you might go for a large cityscape done in black and white to bring a little flavour to a room that might otherwise feel stale. Or you might choose a colourful painting to complete a more vibrant space.


A Full Gallery Wall

If one large piece of wall art seems too little to add your personal touch to a room, you might consider going for a full gallery wall. This is a kind of wall art decor that displays a variety of different wall arts. You’ve got all the freedom in the world here, whether you’d like to go for wall hangings, metal wall art, and 3D structures, or a set of photographs and prints you like.


You can keep all of the wall art in one style and make a collection of an artist’s pieces, or you might go for a variety of different styles, giving the wall a more pulpy look. Regardless, you can extend this to your room’s ceiling to make it feel more spacious and add a certain unique flair.


A Simple Accent Wall

Not all wall art needs to be pieces of framed canvas or complex wall paintings. Simply using bold colours on your wall and introducing wallpaper can accentuate the room’s ambience. If you’d like your wall art to be easy on the eyes, while still accentuating the room, you could go for a stencil or paint directly on the wall.


Put In Plants

You don’t have to keep all of your plants on a windowsill. You can take advantage of wall-mounted planters or simpler hangers to put your plants on your wall. If you’re looking for an easy way to add some life to a room that isn’t too on the nose, using plants is a great idea. You can also colourful pots or paint your own art on the ceramics!


A Giant Chalkboard

If you’re indecisive, you might want to introduce a chalkboard to your wall. It’ll give a rustic air to any room you put it in.  Furthermore, you can draw and write whatever you’d like over it. You can even let guests draw on the chalkboard so your wall reminds you of all the people that have visited you over the years. 

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