An obvious place to begin is with color. One trick of the trade many designers use it to pull an accent color from the rug, window treatments, or upholstery to work into artwork on the walls. In this way, everything in the room is subtly unified, even if you're layering with lots of patterns or experimenting with several different hues at once. Try purple wall art that speaks to the sheer curtains on the windows; violet poppies make this warm shade sing, especially when the floral plaques themselves are placed on an opposite wall.
Impart color to your home and express your sense of style with wall art from Pottery Barn. A few strategically placed wall prints can make a dramatic difference in any room's appearance. The selection contains a vast array of canvas art, wall paintings and other types of art from which to choose, so you're likely to find something that coordinates with your design style.

Impart color to your home and express your sense of style with wall art from Pottery Barn. A few strategically placed wall prints can make a dramatic difference in any room's appearance. The selection contains a vast array of canvas art, wall paintings and other types of art from which to choose, so you're likely to find something that coordinates with your design style.


The wall behind the bed has a very unique style. It’s made with hardwood by the look of it and it is set in a zig zag pattern. It doesn’t match any other colors in the room, making it that much more unique. The rest of the room uses different color wood and textures. The floor is a light wood color, the dresser is a dark wood color, and the wall is a grey wood color. Overall, it’s a nice room with a satisfying aesthetic appeal.
Your choice of wall art is a great way to express your personal taste. Designs range from minimalist to complex, prints of natural scenery to everyday objects, geometric patterns to abstract ink swirls, black and white or bright, bold colors. The texture is just as important as the image and while flat prints and paintings are ideal for many wall spaces, some spaces just need a little bit more to make them stand out. In this case, go for dimensional art. Intriguing designs made from paper, wood, metal or capiz make the wall art pop before your eyes. This type of art is particularly suited to a room with a calm, minimalist design, neutral tones or fairly large size.
As with any art or wall hanging "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" so I will quickly go over quality of the product as obviously I liked the subject matter or I wouldn't have bought it. As far as it's quality, it's there. Some sets such as this can be pretty pricey so I was skeptical as to if this would look decent enough to hang in my home, it does. From a short distance the illusion is perfect and looks almost like a set of photos. As far as material, it is canvas with a metal hook on back as advertised, simple.
When decorating your bedroom, your first question should be “headboard or no headboard?” If you have one, is it low or high? For a high headboard, where the space above may be minimal, keep it simple. Put three smaller artworks in a row a few inches above the headboard or consider one long, narrow, panoramic artwork. If you have either a low or no headboard, a grouping of three or more artworks can work beautifully depending on the type and the height of your bedside lamps. Consider these options: center a great abstract with a restful view of the horizon and place two complementary pieces on either side over the lamps. This reflects the symmetry that often works well in bedrooms. Or, depending on the width of the wall, cluster smaller artworks into an arrangement that extends beyond the bed and over the bedside lamps. It’s easy to use art to tie all of the elements of your bedroom together.

In this ambient, the success of the decoration is given due to the union of several different elements, but all in darker shades of brown and black bringing harmony in between them. The brick wall showing itself reminds us of industrial design, where we have walls without their finishing touches and with their structure exposed in opposition to the sophistication of the objects. The detail of a metallic lamp and rustic chest, which is used as night-stand, brings is a more urbane and cool look.
Small or large, wall art for the living room has a transformative effect the moment you hang it up. Find metal art that adds a hint of luster to your decor, especially if it's dominated by flat fabrics and matte surfaces. Otherwise, wooden wall art lends a natural vibe, such as that found in handcarved fruitwood geese or an abstract collection of panels. Not reflecting as much light, they're ideal for an area with glossy bed linens or sequined lampshades.
Invigorate your decor with new and exciting wall art and inspiring photography. From architecture and landscapes to still life displays and sports, you'll find canvas art, posters and photography in every subject you desire, framed or unframed, in sizes from less than 30 inches to over 100 inches in height and in various lengths to match. To hang wall art, let the shape of the wall help you determine the arrangement. For example, put a wall art set on a long horizontal wall, two pieces of art one over the other on a narrow vertical wall or one large piece of art between two windows on a wall. The design options are endless with wall art.
If you look around the whole room, you will see that there are many pictures of individuals from the past. This is the type of room that you would expect to see in a museum or one of those historical bread and breakfasts. The rest of the room is set in bright white and black accent pieces. One would think that whoever create this room was hugely into the past.
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