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Ever thought that your very own hall room wall wants to tell you something? No, we are not encouraging hallucinations. But what we are trying to say is every wall in your house has a story that it wants to share. All we need to do is give it the right design. This is where Wall Art plays a major role. Innovated by the modern day interior decor designers, a Wall Art is just not a piece of “delicacy” as many would term it to be. It’s a mix of who you are and what your home says that gets imprinted on the wall. And with the new age experienced and expert designers at work, the options are attractive offering a whole new range of stylish and fun templates and colour patterns. The prices too are better than ever.
Have you been looking for one lately? Or have you shifted to a new apartment and the walls look bland and you are wondering how to make them more interesting? Well then, go nowhere and we are here to take you into short trip on how to have that best Wall Art for your house. Let’s start here.
This is the basic. Selecting a random wall art from a bunch of designs and putting it up the wall might make it look out of place or completely garish. Therefore, have a quick view of your room and see which part of the room is calling out to you. Try and envision what is that wall or corner about. If it’s about beauty and grandeur, then opt in for the tradition archaic wall arts. In case it resonate comfort and love, opt in for the modern day contemporary designs with warm colour tones.
Wall arts are all about experimentation. Variety makes it appealing. So play with the deign from the framed and matte designs in square boxes to circular patterns. You can even experiment with the materials such as ceramics, wood or iron and the layout such as portrait or landscape style. The idea is to choose a shape that compliments your wall space and the wall colour. You can even have three to four wall art in one wall of a mix of designs in your hall room, bed room or even study! Wall arts are always a visual treat.
When experimenting with Wall Art, be open and take complete liberty in mixing styles. Think out of the box and mix the traditional decor and furnishings with modern art colours and templates or the other way round. If you are a connoisseur of traditional Grecian Art, then it can get very interesting to keep the core design true to its traditional Greek routes and experiment with the framing in contemporary styles. You can opt in for a museum style frame that will give it an antique look or a rimless framing that will make add an urban touch.
This perhaps is the most important aspect on getting a Wall Art done. You would certainly want your home to be decorated with things that you most love. So whilst selecting a Wall Art go in for elements that you love. For instance, if its nature that calls your heart get a combination of flower pattern wall art and flaunt it in your living room. If you love global cultures, then customize a wall art on any one of the ancient tribal cultures that we have across the world. The choices are numberless.
Today the internet makes half the job easy. You can locate the best vendor near your area online and select from the design patterns they offer. However, just to ensure that you are not paying exorbitant compare prices and the product quality as well. So go all out and make over that empty wall into something unique.
Let’s accept this: Photography is a tough business - tough to get clients, tougher to demand the rates; photography is not for everyone. However once you are into the business, there’s a lot you have to do to keep up with it - one of them being to run and maintain a website. It could be for your portfolio or to do business online. Promoting your services, selling the photo-prints, showcasing your best work, publishing and selling your own photo-books, client-education, etc is what your photography website can do for you. And this the reason why more and more photographers’ are embracing their websites. What about you? Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post’s poll.
For the release of Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories, Gauntlet Gallery is hosting a show called ReDiscovery May 18, 2013 in San Francisco. Check out their Facebook page and EVENT LISTING for more info. “Legacy” by illustrator Samuel “Sho” Ho highlights Daft Punk’s past albums and ushers in the welcoming of their next highly anticipated album. Available in 50 limited edition Giclees, and 10 stretched Canvas. Contact/Checkout www.gauntletgallery.com for more information.
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