I am so very excited to have my very first guest post on the blog today! The brilliant minds behind Luxe Decor are sharing some ideas on decorating your home’s walls. I hope y’all enjoy!
When it comes to accessorizing your walls, if you struggle to decide on themes or groupings, you’re not alone. Many people feel challenged by the idea of decorating and designing their interior walls. No need to panic, there are plenty of ideas for creating a winning wall statement.
Here are a few tips and tricks to create a pretty and pleasing artful arrangement:
For those seeking to assemble a family focused wall gallery, nothing is better than black and white photography. While miscellaneous frames and photos can be tempting, a congruous cluster is easier on the eye. Creating a sophisticated compilation involves using portraits with similar canvas and colors. Finish off this gallery with a family slogan or favorite quote for more warmth.
A cozy guest bedroom receives a bit of artistic flair from a set of unique mirrors. When pairing shiny objects, it’s best to be reserved in the quantity and placement of this type of this type of wall candy. A circle, oval and square mirror add charm and character to this sleeping nook, while flying glass birds are cutesy without being too silly.
A busy bedroom gets a fun focal point with a group of five gray and white photos. Perfectly positioned in horizontal harmony, this pack of polka dot pictures are modern and mesmerizing. Blending perfectly with the room’s other vibrant and eclectic décor, a lineup of pictures is a great idea for giving a space a bit of artistic attitude.
A living room space gets a fresh and fanciful look from a large wall art exhibit. Perfect for those seeking to create a unique and art-heavy display, this wall is full of personality. Not for the conservative decorator, pairing lots of vintage drawings, paintings and portraits is a great way to create interest on a colorless or pastel wall.
For a rustic room, nothing is better than a few wall shelves and one dynamic single art piece. A simple alphabet picture and a few black-framed photographs add funky vibes to this traditional space. A few woven baskets up high are the finishing touch on this homey farmhouse living area.
Guest Post by Amy Spagnola for LuxeDecor