Published at Saturday, October 17th 2020, 16:00:10 PM by Darragh Kenny. Wall Decor. 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.
Published at Wednesday, October 14th 2020, 16:02:29 PM by Sorcha White. Wall Decor. You can stencil your own border across the top of the wall or as a border halfway up the wall or stenciling can include allover prints. You can choose from the embossed look to beautiful mosaic stencils, contemporary styles, art nouveau, and architectural styles just to name a few. When it comes to imaginative wall decorating ideas, stenciling has to be high on the list.
Published at Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 16:11:23 PM by Rionach Burke. Wall Decor. 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.
Published at Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 16:11:34 PM. By Seán Molony. Having known a lot about wall decors, one can locate the best of such artworks by visiting well-known art shops. You can even locate the best of them online. Finally, a good number of quality wall decors may cost you some fortune to get. Nevertheless, you can always get the ones that will fit into your budget.
Published at Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 16:11:23 PM. By Rionach Burke. Stencils are a bit artsier than murals and can give your room a handmade look. I`ve seen some great stencils that look like rock walls with vines and ivy. If you are the least bit creative, then stencils will allow you to exercise that creativity to make a piece of wall art that you can enjoy every day as well as show off to your guests. Wall murals and stencils go with a variety of decorating themes including the old world, shabby chic, french country, and even some contemporary styles.
Published at Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 16:11:10 PM. By Cara Daly. A good way to decide which wall treatments are the best for you is to browse through catalogs and decorating magazines or to attend open houses to get some great wall decorating ideas that will be just perfect for your home.
Published at Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 16:10:58 PM. By Aodhan O’Callaghan. Now that the kitchen and living room are completed, it is time to move on to the children`s rooms. The obvious choice in a child`s room is to get a wall decal that spells out the child`s name. You can also find a lot of fun kid-themed decals to help you achieve the fun room you always wish you had as a child. You can find cartoon decals, sports-themed decals, and even princess decals. Your kids will think they have the coolest rooms in the world once you are done decorating them, and they probably do.
Published at Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 16:10:45 PM. By Oonagh O’Shea. If you have an empty wall that`s driving you insane, the best thing you can do is to take some time and find some wall art that will look nice on it. The problem that most homeowners have is finding the piece that not only suits their taste but also matches their home. Finding the best art for your wall takes time, and some trial and error.
Published at Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 16:10:33 PM. By Donnchabh Hogan. Strangely, however, many people who are great at choosing furniture for their homes come a cropper when it comes to choosing wall art. Not everyone has the skills or the discerning eye to choose the right piece and choosing the wrong wall art could ruin the entire look of the room.
Published at Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 16:10:22 PM. By Caoimhe Doyle. If you want a warm and welcoming atmosphere, try using red, yellow, or orange hues. Warmer colors also work well if you have a very spacious room and you want the perception to be that things are more inward or – cozy. If your room is somewhat small, try cool colors like shades of blues, purples, greens, or even grey. These hues will give the perception that a room is larger than it really is.