Artwork For Living Room

Artwork For Living Room

We have options including B & W Photography, Abstract Art, X-ray Botanicals, Contemporary Floral, Landscape Art, Vintage Travel Art, Contemporary Tree Art, and Field & Meadow Art. Show your family’s personality with our great selection of living room art. Customize your art prints with lamination, framing, or on canvas options. Abstract art is a wonderful way to express yourself; it gives you the possibility to say something personal while allowing others the opportunity to see something completely different in the same piece of art. An abstract piece can stir emotions in all of us if we can look deeper into the colors, lines, and movement of the art. For a bold statement you may want to look at red abstract art. These colorful works of art grab your eye and attention and don't let go. They force you to look at them and see what is there, both on the surface and deeper. For a more subtle addition to your living room, take a look at abstract landscapes. These pieces give an intriguing look to a familiar scene and are especially good for someone who is new to abstract art. Landscapes and Seascapes are both useful and eye pleasing in the living room. This type of artwork lends itself to the living room because often, landscapes and seascapes are soothing and comforting. They also expand a room, especially if they have a horizon line off in the distance of the picture or if it is a window scene. Since there are so many types of landscapes and seascapes, this type of art is available in many styles and colors to fit any décor. If your color palette contains warm colors, you may want to lean toward landscapes with browns and greens, if your color palette contains cool colors and pastels, you may want to go with a seascape with the many blues of the sea and sky. Photography is the quintessential story teller in today's society. As the old saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words”. This is true, and photographs often tell us stories we may otherwise never have known. They capture moments we do not want to forget and they provide us a visual memory of life's most precious moments. What better feeling could you want when walking into your family's most comfortable room? Photographs are wonderful elements of décor and design that can make an otherwise cold room feel warm and inviting. Black and white photography has a certain element of class and style that makes it easy to enjoy. Color photography is a wonderful way to incorporate an aesthetic element to a room without necessarily having to know very much about art. Sepia toned photography emits an even more nostalgic feeling and brings you back to the early life of the camera and photography. It reminds you of the humble beginning of what has turned into such a beautiful form of art. Decorating your living room can be a challenge; however, with all the options available to us these days, it can go from a daunting task to an enjoyable experience. Whether you decide on the bold colors and sharp lines of abstract art, the smooth rolling hills or waves of landscapes and seascapes, or the crisp reality of photography for your living room, it will without a doubt be a wonderful room in your home where you will enjoy countless hours together with friends and family and make many happy memories. Other suggested artwork categories: Abstract Expressionism, Oversized Artwork, Space Solutions, Bright Colors, Impressionism, Casual Decor
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Artwork For Living Room

The FINTORP series was actually designed to help you organize the kitchen, but it makes a creative and beautiful way to show off your foliage. Perfect for that blank wall in your living room, as an alternative to hanging artwork.
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Artwork For Living Room

Whether you are watching the big football game, cozying up by the fireplace, or playing a board game with the family, a living room is a room deserving of great decor. Make memories in a space that is comfortable and inviting for family and friends alike. Our extensive collection of living room art helps you to create the perfect look.
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Artwork For Living Room

Reframe your focus It can be tempting to arrange your living room furniture around the best angle for watching TV. However, if you can resist the lure of that Mad Men box set (or put the TV in a different room) you can create the ultimate evening retreat by positioning furniture around your fireplace instead. This living space includes two leather tub chairs, meaning there’s no need to vie for space on the sofa.
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Artwork For Living Room

The designer used a quiet color scheme in the living room, making art the focal point. “I love how this John DiPaolo painting adds dynamic energy to the space; it also juxtaposes beautifully with the traditional sofa,” Coddington says. At the other end of the room, antique silver finishes add brushes of glamour to the coffee table and fire screen.
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Artwork For Living Room

Embrace numerous angles – Bold shapes take centre stage in this living room. Neon wall art, featuring a 1970s-style geometric pattern, partners perfectly with a diamond rug and circle cushions, the pale colours and clean lines preventing overload.
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Artwork For Living Room

This living room provides another example of symmetry. Two side tables with matching lamps balance the sofa. Additional seating, the parallel accent chairs, complete the scheme.
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Artwork For Living Room

Arts and Crafts. At its zenith between 1880 and 1910, Arts and Crafts was also a late Victorian style, but something altogether different. As seen in this living room, the Arts and Crafts style is characterized by rectilinear design, simple and straight construction, and exposed joinery, often using medium- or dark-stained oak.
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In ancient Chinese culture, lacquered red doors (called a vermillion gate) represented great wealth and luck. In modern living room culture, since the look proved popular with Pier 1 customers, we decided to add a teal theme to the painted wood and cotton canvas art—for good measure.
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Although the offerings on the market today aren’t necessarily handmade, as was de rigeur in the past, choose ones that look as though they could be. Look closer: Most Arts and Crafts-style furniture is heavy on the wood, but that doesn’t mean you’re doomed to an aching spine from hard chair seats. Simple leather, cotton or linen upholstery, as in this living space, makes for a softer landing and feels appropriate to the design.
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Neutrals and pastels – Sometimes, the best colour scheme doesn’t actually involve much colour. Layering neutrals creates a very soothing and inviting atmosphere and can make a room feel much lighter and brighter. If your walls are off-white or builder-beige, avoid using the same colour on your soft furnishing or it will all look too beige and boring.
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Contemporary family room idea in Chicago with beige walls — HouzzIf your walls are off-white or builder-beige, avoid using the same colour on your soft furnishing or it will all look too beige and boring. Think light blue, soft coral, dusty pink, pale orchid, sage green, light grey and light brown. Bring in some texture with linen, wool, velvet, some brushed metal or unpolished timber. You can even add a few touches of black (curtain rods, wall lamp) for a more structured look. — elfawaitin EmbedEmailQuestion