Published at Wednesday, October 14th 2020, 16:05:48 PM by Ruairi O’Donnell. Wall Art. Once you`ve cleared the walls, repainted them (if necessary), and patched up any holes, you`re ready to decorate! Modern wall art is at your beck and call! Check out the many pieces of artwork you can use, like abstract wall art, which is excellent for bringing color and imagination to your walls. Or, explore wall statues and quilts. Go art deco and put up a print of Marilyn Monroe, or if you need more lighting, consider putting up some decorative wall sconces.
Published at Tuesday, October 13th 2020, 16:14:34 PM by Lorcán O’Mahony. Wall Decor. Think about the style of your rooms before deciding what items to use to decorate your walls. Is your living room decorated in a contemporary or ultra-modern theme, or do you prefer a more traditional look, even leaning toward the country? These things make a difference when choosing the accents or designs you will use to decorate a wall.
Published at Saturday, October 17th 2020, 16:06:31 PM by Caoimhe Doyle. Wall Decor. With a contemporary or modern space, you want to stick with things that are sleek and free from intricate details. A single large mirror or abstract pieces that are square, round or triangular in shape work well with this type of decor. For those who love a warm, inviting appeal, artwork can be a bit more detailed. Tapestries, prints, and framed artwork are more country themed, consisting of rich, warm colors such as rust, cream, blue, pumpkin, and gold. Just be sure to carry through with the overall color of the room, so that your wall decor complements or contrasts with furnishings, floors, and other accents.
Published at Monday, October 19th 2020, 16:10:50 PM. By Doireann O’Sullivan. You may decorate your living room in a way that gives a peaceful and soothing sway when you enter your house or enrich the kid`s room with creative and insightful decorations to help them learn and be creative. With the new technology you can easily get affordable, space-saving, and easy to install decorations themed for your homes, workplaces, stores, and even outdoors.
Published at Monday, October 19th 2020, 16:10:35 PM. By Nessa McCarthy. Before we move on further to the designs, let us first see that what is modern wall decor all about. Well, this idea evolved as a combined result of the non-traditional ways of wall decorations. Earlier people got them painted in order to give them a bright appearance and in the name of decoration they used framed paintings and mirrors. It was the furnishings that received more attention. But things changed as the designers came up with new ideas of decorations and they produced some really good decorative pieces of stuff.
Published at Monday, October 19th 2020, 16:10:21 PM. By Cian Kavanagh. Make sure of your design before applying them. Use masking tape and light pencil marks to ensure that the decal is level and centered before you try to stick it on the wall. Very large stickers are difficult to reposition once the base paper has been peeled off. It is always a good idea to have a helper nearby just in case you need an extra hand when applying very large wall decals.
Published at Monday, October 19th 2020, 16:10:06 PM. By Cara Daly. 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.
Published at Monday, October 19th 2020, 16:09:52 PM. By Padraig Robinson. One of my favorite ways to decorate the wall is by using architectural elements. By this, I mean old doors, wrought iron gates, corbels, porch pieces – anything that you might normally find on the outside of the house can add depth and interest to your inside walls. When it comes to architectural elements, the more wear the piece has and the chippier the paint, the better! This aging and wear give character to the piece and adds interest.
Published at Monday, October 19th 2020, 16:09:37 PM. By Cara Daly. Wall treatments can be as detailed or as simple as you want them to be. Consider the time you have, drying time, cost of supplies, and skills needed when thinking of what you might want to do. As you`ve seen on the do-it-yourself shows, nothing is impossible and there are a lot of shortcuts that can be utilized if time is of the essence.
Published at Monday, October 19th 2020, 16:09:23 PM. By Niamh Lynch. When considering wall treatments and the wall decorating ideas you have in mind, it is also important to keep in mind what the room will be used for and what type of ambiance you want to create. For example, when it comes to choosing a color scheme, research shows that red will not be calming, but will excite those who enter. Blue or tan walls are more calming and relaxing. With bold colors, you may choose to do all the walls or just one accent wall. Be careful about choosing lighter colors. You may want to splurge and purchase a washable paint if little hand prints might be a permanent part of your décor.