TTHWALLART Succulent Canvas Wall Art Set
Last updated date: June 10, 2020
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Canvas Wall Art for living room bathroom Wall Decor for bedroom kitchen artwork Canvas Prints green plant flowers painting 12" x 16" 3 Pieces Modern framed office Home decorations family picture. It is canvas prints works,not hand-painted painting,there is not difference in the product itself,but colors may appear slightly different to each user due to individual monitors. Each panel of canvas print already stretched on solid wooden frames,And comes with hook attached，put into a plastic bag and then put into solid master carton for shipping. Canvas print printed at hi-res on quality thick artist premium canvas with extra mirrored border. The solid wood mounted canvas prints is stylish, attractive and suitable for any contemporary, modern, vintage or retro decor indoor wall art. This art work comes already framed ready to hang, each panel has a wide hook already attached for easy hanging.
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An Overview On Wall Arts
Choosing the right wall art can be challenging, especially if you’re trying to match existing décor. Interior design experts caution against this approach, though. Your wall art should be an expression of your taste, giving you the freedom to add colorful, whimsical items. If you want to make art an important part of your interior decoration, it’s best to keep furnishings more neutral.
That said, unless the colors in the artwork clash with the rest of your décor in an obvious way, it’s okay to have a mismatch. If you fell in love with a piece that features pastels, yet your décor leans heavily toward bold, dark colors, the artwork can still stand out as an interesting addition to the room. In fact, artwork that matches your décor exactly makes a statement of its own.
One of the best things you can do is buy art from artists you’ve met in person. Not only does this support local artists, but it gives you a personal connection to the work hanging on your walls. Go to events at local galleries and get to know the story behind the artwork you’re buying. That way when you have guests in your home, you can proudly tell the story behind the work hanging on your walls.
You’ll still need to take size under consideration when you’re shopping around for wall art. You may already have a space in your home that’s ideal for a piece you’re seeing, but some pieces simply won’t fit just anywhere. A large piece can overwhelm a smaller room, whereas too small a piece can get lost in your décor. Measure the space where the piece will hang, but also step back and take a look at the room and ask yourself: When someone walks into that room, will the painting be noticed or disappear into the background?
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Love art, but don’t want to pay a fortune for it? Why not rent your artwork? Several companies around the globe, including Artsicle in New York City, let you rent art. You can use this type of service to try out a piece of art for a while to see if you want to keep it or to switch things up on a regular basis. With Artsicle, you choose a painting then wait for it to be delivered and installed in your home. You enjoy it for a month, then decide at the end of that month whether you want to continue to enjoy it, purchase it or switch it for another piece of art.
The Wall Art Buying Guide
- The artwork in your home should be something you enjoy. Think less about others and more about what will make you smile when you look at it.
- You can make much more of a statement by choosing artwork that contrasts with your décor rather than matches it.
- You should also think about building a collection as you fill your home with art. Buy pieces that show a variety. Don’t be afraid to let your art represent your tastes at various times throughout your life.
- Good art can be pricey. If you’re buying directly from an artist or art gallery, though, you can sometimes offer to pay in installments.
- Although you don’t have to worry about matching the artwork itself to your décor, if your wall art has a frame, you’ll have to pay attention to it. Make sure it not only matches the style of the artwork it surrounds but also the other wood furniture in the room.
- If you like an artist’s style, but can’t quite find the piece you want, reach out to the person. Many artists will take custom requests, especially if it’s similar to the work they already create.
- The quality of the canvas factors heavily into the look and durability of your wall art. Look for high-quality canvas stretched over a frame that avoids warping.
- The frame itself also comes into play. Some wall art has the canvas stretched over a frame, which means you can hang it without worrying about framing it. If you’re buying a print, though, make sure it comes with the frame and, if not, that you can easily find a frame that will go well with it without breaking the bank.
- In the end, the wall art you choose will be a matter of personal taste. You can find abstract art, scenic art, art that captures pop culture and much more. Get to know your own personal preferences and choose pieces that make you happy.