Fuwobriva Country Horse Rustic Wall Decor
Last updated date: March 29, 2020
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An Overview On Country Art For Walls
There’s something simple and relaxing about looking out over a scene of rustic beauty. A farmhouse scene set in an open field surrounded by nature and plentiful crops might evoke a calming sense to the person looking at it. A picture of farm animals, like a rooster or a sheep, can help bring a touch of nature inside your home.
With so much beauty in our rural world, it is common today that we use images of these pictures of country art inside our homes to bring color and decoration while showing us something visceral and full of natural beauty. If you’re hoping to spruce up your interior decoration with some country wall art, there are some helpful ways that you can narrow down the rather large selection of art available to you and find the one that is perfect for your space.
Color is a big factor when you want to find the right piece of art for your walls. What are the current colors of the room that you are fitting it into? If you are finding the one piece of art that might tie together an existing room, look around and pick out what the primary colors are that you want to match with your new piece of wall art.
The key isn’t exactly matching the colors that exist, per se, but there could be one color missing that might complete the look. Try imagining if you had a bright pop of red on your wall, or maybe there is a need for something teal there to really draw in another aspect like a throw pillow that you like or the rug under your couch. If you can find a random item in your home that has a color you think would look good, don’t be shy in holding it up on the wall in order to simply see how that color looks when it’s in place. These exercises will really help you when you open your browser to start shopping for a piece of art since you’ll now be mentally prepared to know what color schemes you definitely do, or definitely do not want.
Equally as important as the aesthetic and color scheme that your new piece of art will have is the size of it. Do you have a small wall in your kitchen that you are hoping to fill with a piece of country art? The piece of art will need to be small enough that it won’t overwhelm that small space. If you want something huge that will be a primary wall decoration in a larger room, you might want something big that will feel like it fits well proportionately. A small picture on a big wall will often times not be enough and you might find yourself immediately wanting to add another wall hanging to balance it out. A good exercise is to browse pictures online for a few minutes of living spaces that you like the aesthetic of and keep a specific mental note of how much wall-space the pieces of art take up. There is not any exact answer to what the right size piece is for your wall, but you can find one that suits your taste just by finding enough examples online that you can mimic when it comes time to choose the dimensions of your art.
Once you know how big you want your art to be and you have a rough idea of the colors that would look best in your room, you are ready to really start shopping to see what’s out there. Have an open mind as you look around at what pictures and pieces of art exist and really try imagining how each one would look on your wall and how it would make you feel when you look at it every day. If you’re lucky, you’ll find one that you fall in love with and you know right away that you want it.
DWYM Fun Fact
Early art, like the oldest human art we know of, was used to communicate with pictures of humans or animals usually going through some of their daily rituals or routines. It wasn’t until around 1500 BCE that the first record of a piece of wall art was found that was simply a drawing of nature; a country scene if you will. These ancient Greek frescos show us that even many thousands of years ago we had a desire for putting pictures of beautiful landscapes on our walls.
The Country Art For Wall Buying Guide
- Many large pieces of country wall art are sold in two or three parts. These are designed to hang near each other with a small gap between them, which can create a really cool look but it can also be tricky to hang them evenly. Look up tutorials online to find a simple method that will let you hang these pictures perfectly without much struggle.
- Glossiness can be an issue if the picture will go on a wall that is across from a window. If you can realize that this might be an issue for your exact needs, be sure to look for lower-gloss pictures and art.
- Framing a picture can have dramatic changes in how it looks. If you find a great picture or canvas, you can always get it framed to enhance its look even further.