Top 12 wall-art decors to choose from if you want to light up your bedroom. Part one.
Why you need some wall art? If you struggle to make your house more original and give it a little spirit of your own, the easiest solution maybe just a…
Why you need some wall art?
If you struggle to make your house more original and give it a little spirit of your own, the easiest solution maybe just a simple picture on your wall! Does it sound simple? Yes of course, is it really this easy? That is another YES!
Let’s dive into this. If you take a look at these 12 wall art decorations we choose, you can definitely find yourself in one, even better you can shift your whole decor style to match the printed picture.
Some of them come with a frame and some need to be framed, but this is not a must, you can always make the last decision and just be creative, after all, that is what we want here, to be proud of yourself and find you inner design genius! LET’S GO!
- “Purity of life”: Static 3
- “Food diversity”: Dumpling Menu
- “Japanese cuisine”: Ramen Food Poster
- “Black and White Pasta”: Pasta Guide
- “Cat”: Sleepy Cat
- “Surrealism art”: Strings
- “Geometric shapes”: Solid Shapes 01
- “Sketch”: Silhouette 02
- “Infinity”: Saffron Dress
- “Illustration”: Linocut II
- “Abstract Art”: Levitation
- “Mythical creatures”: Ghost Queen
By Garmi, a Copenhagen-based studio that specializes in product design. Their inspiration? Life, nature, and people. Their style? Organic and minimalist. Created exclusively for The Poster Club and printed on 265g high-quality paper, Static 03 showcases a finely drawn figure on a plain background.
Dig into this print from Violet Studio. Featuring an illustrated guide to all types of dumplings, you’ll be able to brush up on your knowledge. That navy and rust color scheme is a feast for the eyes, too. What shall we order next?
Ramen Food Poster
A framed print is such an easy way to add a splash of color to your home, and what better way to do it than with this pink ramen poster by Violet Studio? The graphic lines are drawn in navy blue – giving it a fresh, modern feel.
Show your commitment to the carbs with this fun framed print from Violet Studio. It features a selection of black and white pasta illustrations, from fusilli to macaroni. Don’t worry, you don’t have to pick a favorite.
This Sleepy Black & White Cat print is great for in the bedroom – the muted tones and soft, painterly style are oh-so relaxing to look at. The terracotta and off-white color scheme are so on-trend, too.
Boring walls, be gone. This print by Danish fashion photographer Henrik Bülow showcases his signature edgy-cool style. The string-covered head nods to surrealism. Printed on 200g uncoated, FSC certified acid-free paper.
Solid Shapes 01
Soft yet strong
Soft but strong, organic yet geometric. The Solid Shapes print by Nina Bruun is part of a series for Paper Collective. A modern classic, we love the calm language of form and color. Printed on 200g high-quality uncoated Munken Lynx paper.
Amelie Hegardt is known for her expressive line drawings. Full of emotion and beauty, we see Silhouette 02 hanging pretty in the bedroom. Printed on 200g high-quality uncoated Munken Lynx paper.
It was all yellow
Swedish artist Amelie Hegardt returns with a series of works inspired by the runway. This print features a flowing figure of saffron gold, from her hair all the way to her heeled boots. Printed on 200g high-quality uncoated Munken Lynx paper.
Why so blue?
Taking inspiration from Henri Matisse’s iconic silhouettes, the Linocut II print features a blue body against a bright white background. The result? A dramatic composition. Printed on 200g high-quality uncoated Munken Lynx paper.
Taking its cue from French master Henri Matisse, Levitation I by Denis Boudart transfers abstract cutout forms onto a muted backdrop. The result? An expressive dance of form and color. Printed on 200g high-quality uncoated Munken Lynx paper.
Depicting a single figure with a mystical headpiece and shimmering star, Ghost Queen by Kit Agar has ethereal vibes. Printed on 200g high-quality uncoated Munken Lynx paper.
We hope that at least one of the mentioned wall arts made you think about getting one. You can adjust your room as many times as you want, but what about the walls? Any type of wall art can cure the “blind” spot in your room!
Art, it’s been here since the beginning, why don’t have some in your place? Just add any poster to your wall and it will be wall art!
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