Sometimes a plain wall isn’t what you need and you want to create a mood or an ambience decorating it. What are the options? Gallery walls, bold paint or original wallpaper, and you can also decorate it without breaking the bank – just make a wall art of your choice!
There are tons of ideas for a wall art, and today I’d like to tell you of the most popular and trendiest ones – large scale and oversized wall art ideas. They are so fashionable because they dip you into themselves and make a statement in any interior.
Actually, there are a lot of ideas for any budget, skills and style. Painting or watercoloring is perhaps the easiest idea here, and many of you love painting, I’m sure. Find your inner artist, take a canvas, some acrylic paints or paper and watercolor paints and just let yourself go wild with themes, colors and feelings painting. Seascapes, abstract prints, animals, cities – anything that comes to your mind and maybe matches your décor theme will do. If you don’t feel like painting, create a geometric wall art using stencils or just washi tape to create some patterns.
Photo art is another popular idea, just print oversized pics that you like and place them into frames – so easy, no inner artist needed! To make the photo art more eye-catching, cut it in parts and attach them to separate tiles, that will give your photo some texture and volume. One more clever hack for those who don’t feel creative: take a ready thing, for example, a shower curtain with some print or image, place it into a frame, and voila, you’ve got a great large-scale wall art. Poster wall art pieces are among my favorites: just take colorful paper of your choice, or take usual and stencil it somehow, then write your favorite quotes, words or motivators on these posters and voila! To frame or not to frame is up to you.
Another idea to share with you today is a textural wall art, for example, this fish scale wall art. such an art piece will require some time, efforts and patience but it’s totally worth it! Prepare metallic paper circles imitating fish scale, then staple them row by row to the background and after you finish, just frame the piece.
Read the tutorials below and find details about each wall art piece you like, get prepared and go create!