By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Wall Decor. At Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 06:10:13 AM.
In a traditionally built house, the walls will most often be square, and symmetrical, with doors and windows placed at geometrically straight locations, in line with one another. More contemporary floor plans will usually call for an open space design, in which there are only a few walls, and most of the space flows naturally into itself.
Lighting is an important consideration for wall art. Carefully placed spotlights can draw attention to an attractive piece of artwork. The lighting does, however, need to be subdued to avoid inadvertent glare. Be careful to balance the room by not placing all your wall decor in one half of the room. Experiment with the positioning before you commit to hanging the pieces. You can create a nice touch of diversity by using different sized frames in paintings and mirrors.
You can buy some beautiful silk flowers that express the flower of the season that you were born in, or maybe just the flower that you really love the most, and decorate a simple mirror on your living room wall. Mirrors are great for making a room appear to be much larger than it actually is too. Another great idea that not many people have thought of is wrapping picture frames. You buy some nice fabric with a complimenting pattern and literally wrap a picture frame like it is a gift for some one, leaving the back open. Then you can hang it on the wall and add some flowers or lace. This will give you have a unique piece that only you have.