If you want to give your home interior a change and personal look, then the best way of doing it is to go for wall art. The great thing about using it is that it can be rather easily changed out later, depending on your current inspirations and ideas, and at the same time makes a huge difference in your interior design. Here are a couple of ideas on how to make very dull walls look infinitely better.
One of the easy ways of changing your interior in just a few seconds is putting creative stickers on your wall. On the website www.wallartdesign.net you can find a wide range of affordable and original wall stickers. Their biggest advantage is the fact that they’re so easy to apply and easy to remove. The stickers are made from calandrad vinyl, a material recommended for interior decoration. The durability of the product depends on factors like humidity, heat and dust. Stickers can be applied to any flat surface, such as walls, mirrors, windows or even furniture. You can choose from diverse categories of stickers, like those related to the particular topics (sports, music, nature), dedicated to a given space at home (kitchen, kid’s room) or featuring different quotes and phrases.
Another excellent idea for people wanting to give their home interior a personality of their own choice in just a few moments is hanging on their walls original metal posters offered by the company Displate. Since they are made of steel, they are really durable and will serve for many years. Plus, you can put them on your wall without any trouble – you just need to use a magnet and it’s all ready. Later, depending on your mood and current ideas, you can freely rearrange them. It’s also worth mentioning that those metal posters are designed by a group of talented artists and give you an excellent opportunity to hang on your walls real, original artworks. If you need a change and at the same time value uniqueness and individuality, I guess Displate has a perfect offer for you.
How about inviting more nature to your home? A landscape architect Josh Rosen from Airplantman Designs came with an incredibly original idea of an ‘AirplantFrame’. What is it? It’s a frame made from powdered coated aluminum with airplants stuck between hand strung stainless steel cables. As we can read at Airplantman’s website, to maintain the plants it’s enough to simply spray or submerge them while they remain in the waterproof frame. AirplantFrames can be hung anywhere – in- or outdoors – and the plants within a frame can be freely rearranged. It’s also worth mentioning that the products offered by the company are handcrafted and 100% designed and made in California.
Another example of handcrafted wall art décor are 3D decorative pins created by Transcendental Treasures. Each piece is cut by hand using recycled aluminum soda cans, spray-painted and adhered to a pin. Since there are custom kits available where you can choose shapes, colours and the amount of pins you’d like to use in your interior, you can use your imagination to create your own collage or mural. Now you can adorn your home walls with colourful 3D metal batterflies, stars or flowers and in that way fill up the boring blank spaces in your home interior.
Natalie Blake Studios, a company based in the small New England arts town of Brattleboro, Vermont, manufactures handmade, sgraffito-carved, high-fired ceramic wall art tiles. Thanks to this unique ceramic tiles you are able to “transform your two dimensional wall space into a three dimensional sculpture”. A great thing about this idea is that the tiles can be laid next to each other and expanded to any size (actually your interior is the only limiting factor), forming beautiful abstract patterns. What’s more, those tiles are really durable and weather-resistant. Here are some details concerning the process of their creation: “Our tiles are made by draping 12″, 14″, 16″ or 18″ squares of clay over simple shapes to create undulation in each tile. Tiles are then carved using the ancient Italian technique of sgraffito, which means “to scratch””.