Here are 5 Wall Decor Trends to show you how amazing wall art can elevate your living space right now.
Plus, you’ll get a festive 20% off fine art prints too, so read on!
What better time to be decorating than now, less than a couple months away from festive season celebrations.
Why? Because this is the time to get into the flow of creating a space that is welcoming (hello visiting family and friends) warm, inviting, cosy, friendly and convivial.
All in all, you want your home to feel like a sanctuary that celebrates and epitomises who you are. Your values, your style and your vibe.
Your space needs to make you feel fully expressed. And nothing can make you feel more expressed than owning original art.
Non-artists can be artful and expressive too. How do they do this? Through investing in art of course!
Whether you want to create an oasis, a staycation home or a simply create a dreamy vibe in your home, no matter what it is, there is a way you can create a truly high vibe home that celebrates you and your aesthetic.
You don’t need to be creative or artistic to have an aesthetic either.
Browse these 5 Wall Decor Ideas and pick one that resonates with you.
Copy the style, shop for the products or similar and better yet, invest in your favourite artwork at an affordable price.
You can do all of that right here, right now.
So read on!
In this blog post I give your 5 wall decor ideas to inspire you to decorate with and invest in art you love!
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- 1. The ‘Minimalist’ aesthetic
- 2. ‘Maxi-minimalism’ – striking the perfect balance
- 3. ‘Vintage’ decor and art prints
- 4. Uplift your wall art with ‘Tropical Vacation Vibes’
- 5. ‘Traveller aesthetic’
- Wall Decor Ideas – Conclusion
1. The ‘Minimalist’ aesthetic
Minimalism, as an interior design aesthetic, is a celebration of simplicity and functionality.
It’s a style that embraces the concept of “less is more,” focusing on clean lines, uncluttered spaces, and a harmonious balance between form and function.
The essence of minimalism lies in the idea of decluttering, where every item and element in a room has a purpose and contributes to a sense of calm and serenity.
It’s about using neutral colour palettes, incorporating functional furniture with sleek designs, and embracing the idea that empty spaces can be just as important as filled ones.
A new trend that seamlessly blends with the minimalist ethos is ‘Japandi‘.
This style, a fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian design, combines the simplicity and functionality of minimalism with the warm, cozy elements of Japanese aesthetics.
It emphasises a love for natural materials, artisanal craftsmanship, and a sense of tranquility, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a minimalist design with a touch of softness and character.
If you don’t have strictly minimalist decor installed currently, you can still decorate with this aesthetic in mind.
Install a gallery wall that includes art resembling or capturing this style or aesthetic. As seen in the wall decor idea above.
If you’re nervous about making a serious commitment to this style, why not try before you invest? Browse our shop for art prints you can buy as digital downloads here. That way you make an affordable art investment, at really low cost and print at your convenience… without ‘breaking the bank’. And you can get a further 5% OFF your first purchase.
2. ‘Maxi-minimalism’ – striking the perfect balance
Yes, as per the name of this brand, the next aesthetic perfectly encapsulates my own artistic style and that is a combination of a minimalist (read: uncluttered, uncomplicated and freeing) aesthetic with a passion, and inclination toward the bold and daring.
To capture this aesthetic, you have to merge the two concepts by balancing them out either through colour, textures or conceptual content.
To get this look: If you have loud-and-proud, bold, colourful art, then make sure your interior furniture, objects and other textures are more recessive.
By doing this, you let the art takes centre stage and allow your eyes to rest on the surroundings for visual balance.
The next few are great examples of a simple and uncluttered lifestyle that is high on style and clarity. But, perfectly balanced out with bold, colourful wall art.
When you’re using bold, luxurious colour, you can reduce some of the details and not feel the need to overcompensate by adding.
In fact, the idea is to reduce and not to add because you have all this colour.
And if it’s not colour that’s leveraging it out, then you can still do it with black and white that is equally bold and high on drama, and does the same trick, as seen in the artwork below.
3. ‘Vintage’ decor and art prints
Vintage interior design is a timeless aesthetic that celebrates the charm and character of the past. The trick to make it work is by mixing authentic (original) vintage artworks with good quality prints.
It’s about incorporating elements from different eras, infusing your home with a sense of nostalgia and history.
Vintage decor can range from mid-century modern furniture and retro appliances to Victorian-era accessories and rustic farmhouse pieces.
The key to mastering vintage design is the art of mixing and matching, creating a curated look that captures the essence of your chosen time period or simply blending various vintage elements for a unique, eclectic feel.
Whether it’s through antique flea market finds, family heirlooms, or carefully sourced retro pieces, vintage design invites you to transform your living space into a sentimental and visually captivating journey through the years.
4. Uplift your wall art with ‘Tropical Vacation Vibes’
Transporting the tranquility and warmth of a tropical vacation into your home is the essence of the Tropical Vacation Vibes aesthetic. Think lush, plant-life energy balanced out with splashes of fresh oceanic colour.
With an array of vibrant colours, lush greenery, and soothing textures, this style evokes the feeling of a perpetual island getaway.
Imagine palm fronds and tropical floral patterns, sandy beige and oceanic blue hues, and natural materials like rattan, bamboo, and teak.
Whether it’s through wicker furniture, potted plants, or nautical decor, this aesthetic invites you to create a serene, island paradise within the four walls of your home.
It’s a style that encourages relaxation and rejuvenation, making every day feel like a vacation. Plus, it never goes out of style.
So, whether you live by the coast or amidst city skyscrapers, you can infuse your space with the blissful ambiance of a tropical getaway, making every day a holiday of its own.
5. ‘Traveller aesthetic’
For the globetrotters and adventure-seekers, interior design is more than just decorating; it’s a way to bring the world into your home.
The Traveller interior design aesthetic is a reflection of your wanderlust, a testament to the places you’ve been and the cultures you’ve experienced.
This style is marked by an eclectic mix of global influences, from Moroccan rugs and Asian textiles to European antiques and African masks.
It’s about creating a space that tells a story, with each piece of decor carrying the memory of a different destination.
Maps, globes, and travel souvenirs serve as reminders of your journeys, while earthy colour palettes and natural materials like wood and stone provide a sense of grounding.
The Traveller aesthetic allows you to curate a home that’s as diverse and captivating as the world itself, a place where you can reminisce about your travels, plan your next adventure, and find inspiration in the beauty of different cultures, all within the comfort of your own space.
Wall Decor Ideas – Conclusion
These 5 wall decor ideas we’ve explored offer a diverse range of options to transform your living space into a reflection of your unique style.
And if you feel unsure about what that might be at this stage in your life, don’t worry, it’s pretty normal. I recommend you just start by picking one and going from there.
Experiment and invest in things that have less chance of giving you buyer’s remorse. In other words, buy objects and furniture that are timeless and neutral in style. Choosing these allow you to use it as a blank canvas upon which to build. In the long run, you save money if you are so inclined.
What to do if you change your interior style and your art does not match it
Here’s the solution…
If you’re at that stage where you’re experimenting with styles or perhaps a college graduate where you’ve still got years ahead to decide what your interior design aesthetic is… I suggest investing in art by buying digital downloads instead.
When you buy digital downloads or printables of trending art or the art of a sought-after artist, you get to experiment with sizes as well as how the art actually makes you feel in your space.
Art isn’t just about superficial adornment.
Artwork is something that you invest in and live with. The price tag of your investment is up to you of course.
But, here’s the thing. When you buy a digital download it’s at the cheapest, most affordable price you can pay for good art. And once you’ve printed it at you convenience, you can live with it for a while, let it grow on you.
Better yet, if you decide you don’t like it or you change your interior aesthetic, you have no buyer’s remorse or guilt about spending all your hard earned cash. You can just wrap it up and store it for another day or save it for another home you might move into.
The point is, give yourself options and allow yourself the flexibility. And more interestingly, don’t get too hung up on trending styles either. You will land on the one that’s right for you eventually and find the art that’s exactly right for it too.
From minimalist and modern aesthetics to vintage and eclectic vibes, there’s something for everyone.
Whether you choose to embrace the tranquility of nature with botanical prints or immerse yourself in the glamour of art deco with geometric designs, your walls can truly become the backdrop of your dreams.
So, don’t hesitate to get creative, mix and match, and let your walls tell the story of your life and your passions.
Your home is your sanctuary, and these wall decor ideas are the key to making it a place where you can feel inspired, relaxed, and completely at ease.
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Wall Decor Ideas – how to look after your art investment
If you’ve purchased a digital download, fine art print or NFT art token, you need to protect your investment one way or another.
Especially when it comes to buying a really pricey, museum quality, archival paper print or an original artwork like a drawing or canvas painting.
Below is a brilliant FREE guide about Art Care and Preservation. Download it now and keep it close by to refer to every time you buy art.
It’ll give you a sense of relief knowing that you’ve got a handy PDF guide nearby to teach you how to look after your investment and avoid common mistakes when it comes to handling, storing and packaging art.
It’s really valuable to have around when you have to move house or pack up your apartment and you’re faced with protecting your art investment while transporting your valuables. After all, you don’t want to be faced with damaged goods once you arrive at your new home – the disappointment and money lost is not worth it.
So, protect your art investment and protect your wealth. And you can start with this handy guide.
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