Need help decorating the Besser brick walls. Placement of artworks.
Wall art? Mirror? What would you put above the bed?
Need help with decorating apartment (art print + decoration)
Help! Bachelor pad needs some wall art
What an elegant, clean-line sitting room?!
A large abstract canvas artwork would be ideal set along this wall and to have some colour with a touch of black and some white will add interest into the room while also anchoring the colour scheme successfully together.
The proportions of the selected artwork/s will be an important consideration, and as this wall space is long and rectangular in shape, a large single 'landscape' style artwork or series of two 'square' would work well to balance.
Some beautiful suggestions for artwork styles in the above comments!
Perhaps something with a soft organic feel..... Image available as a print on canvas, able to be custom sized to suit your requirements.
Art work is a very subjective thing to each and everyone having their own taste, so in saying that look online for help and maybe even think of a tryptic that will space out yet form the one picture whatever you choose needs to be large but not over large to 'overtake' the space, I think you have to choose what style suits you as you will want to get pleasure from the addition to your home, as a retired art restorer I tend to like art that looks like it is supposed to but having said that there are some abstracts that are really eye catching, don't just pick a colour to match, make sure the colours are there but make sure you LOVE the artwork that it evokes a special feeling of WOW when you see it then you can't go wrong... good luck.
I feel you need something with colour bc it looks really cold. Maybe you can add a bit of green like the plant
Art should be picked on your reaction to it...pick something that 'speaks' to you, love it and be happy with it and yes I agree introducing some colour makes an impact but it should also be chosen because you love to look at it not because it matches everything, these is so much great art out in this Country I am sure you can fine something you love that enhances your area but one you also love to look at and admire as part of the whole décor...in my opinion as an art restorer and artist (retired) you should be able to achieve your perfect room with deciding what you like/love and follow through to achieve your desired look, one that suits you and your personality, other wise a room can still look 'cold' if you choose just to match something.
All good advice above. It's such a personal choice - but introducing some colour would work well. Greens are easy to live with and this piece would certainly suit. Feel free to browse our online gallery for some inspiration!
Get oversized wall art and center it with sofa. Your decor above credenza is too high. I lowered it.
I disagree with lowering the artwork as much as the pic above has lowered it but it could be lowered a 'little as long it remains around eye level. to me and I reiterate this again is personal choice if it is too low from an aesthetic point of view it merges into the credenza and takes the focal point away from both art and credenza to me it seems to merge, otherwise depending on the height you hang a new artwork I'd leave it be so that when you do add new artwork see how it is with the aesthetic so that the two look 'right' together, just my point of view but once again it is all subjective to the home owner to be happy with her/his choice to enhance the living area and still have the ambience wanted.