Published at Wednesday, October 07th 2020, 16:02:50 PM. Wall Decor. By Ciara Boyle.
Have you ever walked into a room, be it a friends` living room or someone`s office, and find yourself greeted by blank walls? The look can be quite startling. The right wall decor can add a richness and warmth to any room, making it appear beautiful and welcoming. In this article, you will find ideas on how to dress up your walls so that your rooms as filled with color and personality.
Today, you don`t have to put your modern art sculptures on a pedestal to be admired because there are plenty of fine wall art sculptures that you can hang on the walls. Usually, these are metal or a mixture of metal and wood and have a contemporary appeal. Wall sculptures are three-dimensional and stick out a bit from the wall adding depth and interest. Modern, contemporary, eclectic, and zen type decorating themes can benefit from these the most.
Having a beautiful home with amazingly decorated walls is what every stylish woman, and man, could ever want in their adult life. However, it can be a time-consuming project and can be quite a job. Some people will hire professionals for all their wall decor needs, but many can do it by themselves. For the people that end up doing it by themselves, there are so many wonderful things you can do to spruce up that bare wall of yours. You can make some of the plainest room into a beautiful masterpiece.
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.