Whether you’re decorating your bedroom or adding a touch of colour and style into your office or workspace, wall art prints are an excellent addition to any room. In fact, selecting the right wall art can have a more significant impact on your home than any piece of expensive furniture.
With that in mind, here are just some of the wall art prints you’ll love!
Vintage Wall Art Prints.
Vintage Wall Art Prints are a great way to make a statement, especially within the home. For example, if you’re looking to bring a touch of timeless sophistication into your bedroom, then you can’t go wrong with a Princesses Dollar Wall Art Print. Based upon traditional opera posters, they look great when framed. Alternatively, if you are looking for something a little more simplistic, you could select wall art prints that feature geometric shapes or minimalist designs. Remember, even the most simplistic piece of artwork can totally transform how your wall looks – whether you are hanging the prints in your living room, dining room or hallway.
Fine Art Wall Prints.
Fine art prints are, yet again, another excellent choice of wall prints. They tend to look best in communal areas, as it gives you the opportunity to show off your collection to guests and visitors. Furthemore, they are an excellent choice for those who favour more traditional artistic styles to newer, contemporary works. For the majority of cases, fine art prints tend to showcase natural landscapes – meaning they are a great way to bring the outdoors into your home (without the associated mess).
Abstract Wall Art Prints.
Abstract art is always a wonder to behold, whether they depict recreations of architectural landmarks or something a little harder to pinpoint. However, they are particularly effective when hung in workspaces. This is because abstract designs encourage the viewer to think creatively and out of the box, which could therefore inspire your workforce and boost productivity. For example, this could include the contemporary abstract piece entitled Gunpo. This stunning black and white wall art is designed to stand out, but you can always bring in a little more colour through your choice of frame. For example, in addition to more traditional black and white frames, we also have shades of brown, gold, silver and walnut on offer. If you’re looking for something a little bolder, you could choose prints such as Spring Meadow or Folly to bring a splash of colour into an otherwise dull and clinical office.
When selecting artwork for a professional space, be that a storefront or an office, it’s important that you choose wall art that aligns closely with the services you have on offer. For example, if you were running a spa, then abstract wall art prints such as Winter Wonderland can be a great way to create a relaxing atmosphere. To put it simply, not only should your wall art prints complement the rest of your decor, but they should also match your company and the message you are trying to convey.
Animal Art Prints.
Who doesn’t love animals? However, while you may already have a few pets calling the shots within your home, some animals aren’t meant for domestic life. For example, cute as they may be, you probably don’t have the space to accommodate a Lion within your home. However, animal art pints allow you to get up close and personal with wildlife on your daily basis. For example, this could include wall art pieces such as Giraffes in the Mara Plains, Cheetahs at dawn, or Elephant in a rainstorm. If these prints don’t take your fancy, then you might want to check out the work of some of the most popular animal artists, such as Heike Willers, Alex Saberi, Xavier Ortega and Milan Malovrh.
No matter which wall art prints you choose – ensure that you display them correctly and with pride by selecting the perfect accompanying frame. Popular frame choices include standard frames, box frames (deep frames which add a new dimension to your walls), swoop frames and vintage frames. They are also available in a wide range of colours and sizes, which should be selected depending upon the artwork in question. For example, prints that feature many dark colours look excellent when paired with white frames, as they allow the colours to truly ‘pop’ out of the print. Alternatively, prints that feature a range of bright and exuberant colours work better with darker frames so that the art can take centre stage.