Always looking for interesting ideas to decorate walls. I have a problem with committing to art on my walls. In my little tiny cottage in the Hollywood Hills, I am very fortunate to have a very grand piece by amazing artist Brian Wills in the living room (click here to see my living room)…but the rest of my walls are not as lucky. Aesthetically, it is very hard for me to commit to a painting.
P.S. (a P.S. in the middle of a post again I know) I had a beautiful painting by my late uncle…but my big DS appropriated it years ago and I have never figured out how to use my clever younger sister sticky fingers act to get it back (Reason I say sticky fingers, is that is my euphemism for sibling thievery…over the years, I have managed to cause so much confusion for big sis with her belongings that she is not quite clear what is hers and what is mine…has meant I have ended up with quite a few glamorous things with all of the “confusion”…I guess her holding onto the painting is payback in a way!).
Anyhooo back to the story at hand…art…what is it? What should it be? Can it simply be a nice trellis type piece hung on a wall? Well I think this pretty living room illustrates that this 3D “art” can work. A simple design idea if you struggle with just the right art for your walls. A nice place holder or permanent piece that adds visual texture to a blank wall.
Check out some shopping ideas below!
1. Antique Chinese Wooden Panel
2. Prism Lattice Print
3. Squares Nail Wall Art ?
4. Eagan Multipanel Mirror
5. Wood Screens
Photo: Elle Decor Espana