Living Room

Living Room Art And Decoration For Walls To Make It Marvelous

Your walls are the most exposed surfaces in our homes, and the way we decorate them can say a lot about our taste, personal choice, lifestyle, etc. In addition to affecting our mood and adding to a general atmosphere of the room. They are certainly pleasing to the eyes. So if your walls are bare, and in need of some “loving care”, here are some wall art ideas for your living room art, which can inspire you to change the look of your bedroom, giving your wall a little character and personality! Go ahead and explore, then set free your imagination and creativity, which will bring your dull walls to life.

Metal Wall Hangings And Murals

Murals are an excellent way to decorate walls. There are designs, colors, and you can customize them to suit your taste. It would be a real feast for the eyes! Metal wall hangings are the dirtiest non-simplest and for decorating your walls. It comes in a variety of styles, so you never have to worry about not finding something that will go with your decor. They can be small or large, and you can choose some large as well as the small ones, and see what patterns you can make on them. They don’t require any maintenance, unlike the vases that are mentioned below, and can seem pretty pretentious, if that’s what you want. Regular weekly dusting and you’re done. No chance of breaking them if they fall either. It couldn’t be simpler.

 

Vases on the walls For Living Room Art

Vases on the walls are an extraordinary way to bring some greenery to the interior of your home, without cluttering your floor. They look great, and you can try putting in different flowers like roses, that come in lots of bright colors. You can also mix and match the shades to go with either your wall painting or the contrast with it. Like, maybe if you have a yellow wall, you can have the red roses button to create a nice contrast – red against yellow – or the reverse. There are no restrictions on your creativity here, and you can try clay, glass or plastic pots or pots, in a holder, hung, individually or in small groups, with real flowering plants or the plastic ones, or just put up vivid white vases in a group against some dark painted background. Although traditionally used on exterior walls, they look great against a textured living room wall. Try new things, and you may end up with an unexpected but beautiful result!

Unique Plate Hangings

Plates obtained, ancient China that you do not want to use more? Here is a relaxed living room art ideas for walls that will take care of all of your old plaques. Just put them on your walls as the illustrated opposite! Comfortable and very useful. You don’t even need to have matching plates. Gather all the plates that are left from old sets that either you don’t use, or if only one plate is left after all the rest have broken. This is a place where mixing and matching will likely get the best results! A good idea to brighten up a dull wall with variety and color. Try light-colored plates on a dark background and vice versa, and appreciate the effects.

Wall Frames For Living Room Art

Photographs, snapshots, frames, etc. are a great way to add some color and spruce up your wall. If you put up pictures of your family, your children, spouse, parents, etc., it will add a personal touch and warmth to the wall. You can use any type of frame, as almost all of them look nice. You can also try some unique frames like the ones made with stones or pebbles, as shown in the last image below. Looks very pretty and is very easy to set up.

Best Wall Paintings For The Living Room

Just find colored stones and fix them on your walls with an appropriate adhesive, and voila, you have a stone frame very ready! Make sure your frame matches the rest of your decor and doesn’t break the uniformity of your style. What I mean is, the images in the first photo above go well with contemporary furnishings and decor. In contrast, the images in the third photo will be better suited for rustic/vintage traditional decor/home. The stone frame will go well with an exposed brick wall with a small patch, painted in bright colors in the center of the wall, for the frame.

Abstracts / Wall lights / Canvas

Sconces, although in more designs and photos than can, are a great way to give your wall a little something. Having part of the wall painted with abstract designs or landscapes with a mirror on the opposite wall, work very well to make your wall stand out. Painting on canvas has always added warmth to a dull and monotonous wall. If you have a large canvas with warm colors, it will immediately affect the entire room, and make it warm and cheerful.

Art For Your Living Room

It is an ideal way to change the atmosphere of a room without making major modifications. Abstract wall art gels very well with contemporary, minimalist styles of home decor. In contrast, warm canvases will gel well with country-style home decor, especially if you have a nice fireplace in your living room. There are many canvas wall art ideas you can explore, and the art of metal wall ideas you can try.

Contemporary Wall Living Room Art

Contemporary wall art encompasses contemporary, unique styles of decorating your walls. Slightly deviating from normal styles, these are experimenters and can make a wall stand out if done tastefully. The statue shown in the image below is just an example, but it’s not suitable for a living room wall. I added the image to give you an idea of ​​wall sculptures.

Wall Posters Living Room

You can try different and nice sculptures, maybe a bit like modern art, to give your wall a little something. Maybe you could add a wooden window frame if you think your wall is looking small. Add canvas of some nice scenery to get the effect of looking out the window when in reality it there is none! VS’ is a great way to make your wall appear larger, and to make your bedroom look more spacious, much like a mirror would do. Another great idea is to make a collage of colored pebbles, like the one shown in the second image. This will make your wall look beautiful without burning a hole in your pocket. You can do it yourself, and try different themes for collage.

I hope the ideas presented in this article have inspired you to do something monotony of your living room walls. These are just a few ideas. You can come up with a lot of other unique ideas, and try them on your walls. Go ahead, and give your walls the much-needed makeover.

 

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Misty

Misty

Misty is a Seattle based writer, author, photographer and social media enthusiast with passion in DIY and home decoration ideas DecorLoving is frequently cited by many DIY lovers and decorators around the globe.