Ask any designer and they will admit that art is one of the hardest things to select for a client. Since art can be so subjective, personal and intimate, what may look like child’s play to one person can appear like a masterpiece to another. Think Jackson Pollock… Fortunately gallery walls and oversized canvas pieces aren’t your only go-to solutions for an empty wall.
If you are looking to fill your vertical spaces, 3-D art is a unique way to add some pizzazz to a wall. And I’m not talking taxidermy either; there are several other ways to make your walls stand out without resorting to the norm.
Don’t get me wrong. I love art, but there is nothing wrong with taking a detour from the design norm. Here are some spaces that diverged from paintings and photography to produce something spectacular.
I’m a sucker for any kind of map, but this map is beyond amazing! Perfectly carved from wood, this map creates just the kind of visual interest you want in your home.
If you have lots of color in your room, this metal work of art from Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams will deliver just the pop you need minus the unwanted pop of color.
The Juju Hat, an African art form, has become quite popular, especially in bedroom settings. This colorful and textural wall decor is a perfect way to inject some fun into your space!
Art can take many forms. Sculptural art can be the answer when paintings and photography just aren’t doing the trick.