Wall Art – Things that matters most in Interior design

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We often see in interior design that wall art is considered as a second thought. Long after all the furniture are set and that last coat of paint is dried out that this comes into the mind if it comes at all. But the point to consider is that by side lining the wall art, a great opportunity to design is missed by the designers. When chose carefully, a great wall art can support for the entire room. Yes! You heard it right! You would not need anything else when you have a great wall art at place.

Having amazing wall art in your room makes the room appear more finished. It is that finishing element which helps in pulling a space together and making it complete. An extra touch can take a simple looking space to a high street fashionable home. The main thing about everything is you choosing the kind of décor that you love and will be happy to see hanging around your walls for the years to come. In addition to painting, printing and wall papering your walls, there could be pieces like shadow boxing and sculptures which would add a certain depth to the room.

If you want to go on the more technology side, mixed media installation could also be a good idea which would include screens and digital arts. These bits of texture helps in adding those much needed extra weight to the interiors and also helps In determining the tone of the room. Smooth textures brings a sleeker and more detached to feel to the room whereas rough textures makes a space feel more intimate and grounded. One of the basic principal of interior design is to create a single focal point in a room. Wall art creates that for your room. They instantly draw all the attention to themselves and give the viewer a sense of what to expect. Therefore whenever you are out choosing a wall art to be the focal point of your room, the most important thing to keep in mind is the size. A small size art work will get unnoticed in front of the surrounding furniture and a big that is too big will look too over the top. Be sure to take the measurements properly in order to know how much space is available for you to experiment.

The wall in your room provides you an instant color palette to play with. Look for the best shades that you love and then go for it! You can also mix and match colors to create a unique masterpiece designed by you 😉

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