By Katriane Marchand. Wall Decor. Published at Friday, April 06th, 2018 - 21:13:29 PM.
Photographs - Another popular option for wall art is the photograph. Photographs, again much like paintings, can be subjective. They can be of landscapes, still art, animals, people and beyond. Furthermore, photographs can now be digitally altered, making the possibilities for photographic wall decor endless.
Architectural Elements - One of my favorite ways to decorate the wall is by using architectural elements. By this I mean old doors, wrought iron gates, corbels, porch pieces - anything that you might normally find on the outside of the house can add depth and interest to your inside walls. When it comes to architectural elements, the more wear the piece has and the chippier the paint, the better! This aging and wear gives character to the piece and adds interest.
These days, you don’t have to go to salvage yards or dumps to find this type of wall decor. In fact you can buy new items that are made to look like old architectural pieces. My personal favorite are wrought iron pieces that look like old gates or fences. These go with a wide range of decorating themes and look great on your walls.
It can also refer to the different subjects that can be conveyed in paintings. Landscapes, still life, animals, abstract drawings, geometric shapes and so forth.
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