Plaques & Hangings
Wall art can do wonders for the interior design of your home. Strategically placed art can have a wonderful effect on any room, from creating a relaxing atmosphere to livening things up. When you shop at Spotlight, you can choose from our range of wall art
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How To Use Wall Art To Transform Your Home
Transforming your home does not require a huge investment in new furniture or flooring, because you can easily add a bit more charm and sophistication with the right wall art. If you are curious how you can achieve the right effect with some wall art from Spotlight, be sure to check out our guide below.
How Can I Liven Up Smaller Living Rooms?
If you have a smaller living room, you could liven things up and create the illusion of space with a statement piece. A statement piece will cover most of the wall, even if that wall is not necessarily the largest one in the house.
Statement pieces in smaller living rooms draw the attention as soon as someone enters the room. When you choose a wide statement piece that covers most of the wall, it will also create that illusion of space you are looking for.
Wall art with vibrant colours tend to be a great choice for smaller rooms as well. Small rooms can easily feel a little dampening. So, using vibrant colours can turn things around in that regard.
How Do I Add More Personality To A Room?
Certain rooms inside the house can lack personality, this can be the case for an office, which could almost become boring without the right wall art. Fortunately, there is an easy trick to liven things up in the office with wall art.
The gallery wall style can be remarkably useful in an office. Since the office can easily become boring, a gallery wall provides you with some "organised chaos". By combining multiple pieces of wall art on the same wall, you can also display some of your favourite things without worrying you are breaking up the style of the room.
Gallery walls have another big benefit as well. Like our previous suggestion, they can create the illusion of more space. So, if your office is a little smaller, a gallery wall can make the room appear bigger. Of course, this can also be beneficial for your overall productivity.
Where Can I Use Fabric Wall Art?
In theory, you can use fabric wall art is most rooms. However, we do not recommend it for bathrooms, as the humidity inside the room could cause mould on the fabric or premature wear and tear.
Naturally, there are some rooms where fabric wall art can complement the environment. The bedroom is one of those environments, as fabric has a general cosy feel and can add a more romantic ambience. You could also hang fabric wall art inside the living room or in the hallway. If you find either room a little cold, then fabric wall art can make things a little warmer.
Can Mirrors Contribute To A Better Room Design?
Mirrors are often considered as wall art, because they can have a remarkable effect. Mirrors are known to reflect light, which makes the room appear brighter. They also create the illusion of space because of that reflection of light.
When you use a mirror to brighten up a living room or a hallway, we must mention that you can use one or multiple mirrors. However, the best effect seems to be obtained by a big statement mirror. Of course, if you do not have the space for a piece like this, then you can choose a combination of various mirrors as well. Just make sure it does not overpower everything in the room.
What Other Decorations Could I Use On The Wall?
As you may have guessed, art can come in all shapes and sizes. You could use a canvas painting or a poster, or something a little more unique like a plaque. Of course, you could go even further than that, including decorative plates, mounted coffee grinders, and so much more.
There is no limit to the decorations you can hang inside your home. But, as we mentioned earlier, they must match the style inside your home. If you don't know how to select the best pieces for your home, simply write down the colours used inside your home. You could also base your decision on prominent materials used in your home, this could include wood. Once you have the materials and colours written down, deciding will be a whole lot easier.