Décor inspiration running dry? Here are 15 wall art ideas for the living room to quench the spell.
1. Monotone Prints
Black and white images, interspersed with favorite words and their definitions, share your family’s journey with those who enter your home.
2. Rope Art
A lovely piece of rope art can be framed and hung on the wall to give a little texture to your décor.
3. 3D Flowers
Three-dimensional flowers in metal, paper, or another material can be combined to create a beautiful focal point.
4. Textured Art
Look for art pieces that include texture to give your space a more interesting feel. Paper art works particularly well.
5. Botanical Prints
Art featuring plants and flora reflects your love of greenery and adds a light feel to your home.
6. Group Your Pictures
Choose line art or paintings that are smaller than usual and group them to create a unique talking point.
7. String Art
It’s back! String art is making a comeback, and that’s a good thing. These intricate designs add symmetry and beauty to your space.
8. Mirror, Mirror
Reflect light and make your room feel more spacious by adding a mirror to the wall. Bonus points if it’s in a cool frame!
9. Tone on Tone
Art that uses subtle tones can be impressive without overwhelming the room. Look for neutrals to enhance any space.
Looking for something special? Choose framed canvas art with a fun color palette to set off your décor.
Do you have more than one piece of art that you love? Gather an assortment of pieces that have something in common, then turn your wall into an art gallery.
12. Glitter and Glam
You can’t go wrong with sparkles, so double up on framed glitter paintings and use them as a backdrop for fabulous decorations.
13. Equine Beauty
If you love horses, adding them to your walls is a no-brainer. Pick a large print that will dominate the room and build around it.
Bring your adoration of living things into your home with framed images of your favorite creatures.
15. Simply Nature
A simple leaf print, an image of a tree, or a photo of a flower can set the tone for a room and show your interest in nature.