Artwork is one of those universal and versatile mediums that can spruce up the look and ambiance of any space. Feel like your home is too stark? Hang a bright statement art piece to make it look bold and colorful! Feel like your room is too bare? Hang a word art frame to add some personality. There are lots of ways you can use art to make your home looks creative and inspirational. Here are 5 amazing images that you can use for inspiration.
1. Infuse happiness
What’s the most immediate thing that you notice about the interior design in this image? It’s the laughing artwork, right? But if you take a look at the background design elements you’ll instantly notice that most of theme is very somber and sophisticated. But by using the laughing artwork as a centerpiece, the whole space starts looking cheerful and brimming with happiness.
2. With glamour
This bedroom interior design is the epitome of machine age industrialist aesthetic – all the browns, greys and beiges emulate a highly sleek and elegant look that may have looked boring had it not been for the artwork at the center. The framed artwork acts as a buffer between the starkness of the space and its comforting function. As a whole, it imbues a very glamorous and appealing aura within the bedroom.
3. Going Peranakan
Peranakan tiles are an artwork of their own. Each tile piece features an individualistic style that is fits together to feature a bold, patterned design outlook. You can use these to clad an entire feature wall, or if you want to hold back, then the kitchen backsplash. They’re available in different color scheme so you can choose one that fits the interior design style of your home.
4. On the bathroom
Hanging artwork in bathrooms is becoming a trendy design intervention. Usually, most bathroom accent walls tend to be very stark and minimal, which is why hanging a nice, colorful art piece over one of them can add a lot of personality to the space. You can even put one atop the WC like in this image.
5. Emphasizing themes
Artwork can be used to emphasize the theme of your interior design. Take the bedroom in this image as an example. The Disney princess artwork that acts as the feature object not only adds personality but makes the theme being used in this space much more apparent.