By F14nn4. Wall Decor. At Monday, September 14th 2020, 04:55:55 AM.
These days, you don`t have to go to salvage yards or dumps to find this type of wall decor. In fact, you can buy new items that are made to look like old architectural pieces. My personal favorite is wrought iron pieces that look like old gates or fences. These go with a wide range of decorating themes and look great on your walls.
Don`t think you have to stick to framed pictures and mirrors to decorate a wall! Many people today even decorate a portion of the wall with tile. When it comes to your walls, think paint, stencils, wall murals, tapestries, tile, mirrors, wall sconces, and more! Unlike decades ago, decorating your walls is now an exciting and challenging task.
There are various designing processes used in producing wall decors. Oil paintings are one such wonderful process in use by most artists today. This is simply the process of using pigments in painting and drawing various wonderful designs on the walls. Drying oil and other quality painting materials such as resin, frankincense, walnut oil, and many others are used in the process. Different kinds of oils are normally used depending on the kind of pigment is applied. There are various techniques used in the painting process. Each technique usually involves proper sketching with thinned paint and charcoal which are applied onto a canvas in order to get the right design in mind. In most cases, the painting made on the wall with the oil is normally dried up through evaporation or oxidation within a space of one day to one week.