This year, bedroom inspiration has been all about the big wall. The gallery wall is a great way to show off your favorite pieces and create a cohesive look throughout your room. But this isn't just about hanging up paintings or prints; it's also about how you display them! Here are some tips for getting the most out of your bedroom.
Continue reading below if you need some art for bedroom ideas!
Art for Bedroom Tips and Tricks
Bigger is better
When you see a piece of art on a wall, it's natural to wonder how big the artist intended it to be compared to the room itself. The bigger the canvas, the more dramatic your focal point will be, and therefore, more attention is drawn toward it.
If you're planning on buying an expensive piece of art for your home or office and want something that makes an impact from afar but also looks good up close (and vice versa), consider going with high-quality framed prints instead of canvases or other materials like murals because they'll give you two options: either hang them high up so everyone can see them clearly from across an entire room or keep them low where they'll fit nicely behind furniture without getting in anyone's way!
A gallery wall is a great way to add drama and color to your bedroom. To create one, you'll need what's called an "art wall frame," which is simply a frame that holds the art up off the wall. The best thing about this style of framing is that it allows you to display multiple pieces of art at once!
The materials needed for this project include:
- An art frame (I recommend having two sizes on hand)
- Paint or stain for all surfaces except wood (you'll want something waterproof)
Hang art high
It’s a simple concept, but it can make for some striking results. If you want your art to stand out, hang it high—like on the ceiling or even higher above the bed frame. This will create an elevated focal point and draw attention upward while creating an impression of spaciousness in your bedroom. It also helps if there's enough space between each piece so that they don't feel claustrophobic together; this way people have room to move around them and appreciate them more fully when they do so!
Go with a theme
A theme can help unify your space and make it feel like it has its own personality. It's also a great way to express yourself, whether that means using items from your favorite TV show or movie, or creating an arrangement of objects that reflects who you are as an artist/craftsperson/designer/etcetera!
Pick contrasting colors
The next step is to select the right color combinations. This is important because it will help you create a relaxing atmosphere in your bedroom, especially if you have a lot of light coming through the window.
If you want to be more creative and try something new, then choose some contrasting colors! That way they'll complement each other instead of fighting against each other when used together.
There is no need to be afraid of using bold colors, bright colors, and dark colors. The key is to make sure they work together harmoniously and that they all complement each other. If you are mixing and matching different materials, such as wood and metal, or even different patterns in a similar color scheme—this will create an interesting effect that can be used as inspiration for your bedroom art!
Mix and match frames
If you have a large collection of frames, you can use them in a variety of ways. Try mixing different styles of frames and sizes together. You can also mix colors, materials, and even frame types to create an eclectic look for your walls!
If you don’t have many frames yet but want to add some art to your bedroom, consider using empty ones instead of buying new ones just yet. This will give the room some texture without spending too much money or time on decorating it right away—just make sure that when picking out pieces for this project they do not require any painting or other extensive work on their part (or yours!).
Look past the walls
- Look past the walls.
- Consider the ceiling.
- Look at your floor, too.
- Look at your window! And if you have one, look out of it! (Or don't.)
- Be sure to take in what's on either side of you when sitting down or lying down—it's a great way to make sure everything feels balanced and not too crowded or claustrophobic. If you have an open window and can see outside, try closing only one eye while focusing on something else in the room; this will help create depth in your eyesight so that everything looks more three-dimensional than ever before!
Consider your aesthetic preferences
When you're in the market for a new bedroom set, consider your aesthetic preferences. Are you looking for something trendy and contemporary? Or would you prefer something more traditional and classic? Do you want to spend $500 on an armoire or $1,000 on a headboard? Once these questions are answered, it's time to start shopping.
Of course, this doesn't mean that all your decisions will be made based on aesthetics alone—it's also important to consider size and budget when considering design elements like wall color or flooring options (or even furniture). For instance: if space is tight in your bedroom area but there isn't any extra room at home where everything could fit together nicely (like an open-concept living room), then don't worry!
You can still have fun with decorating without sacrificing functionality by choosing pieces with higher heights than might otherwise work well within those constraints; just make sure they're still comfortable enough so as not to feel cramped while sitting down reading next year's bestseller novel during lunchtime break periods before returning afterward for another evening spent working hard toward achieving success instead of getting caught up trying out new things online like watching videos online instead going outside because sometimes being unplugged means staying sane :)
Get Inspiration from Pinterest
Pinterest is a great place to get ideas. You can search for art for bedrooms and get inspired by the thousands of pins that are already there.
You can also go into the search bar on Pinterest, choose "bedroom" as your filter, then type in "art." This will give you results from artists who have created designs specifically for bedrooms.
If you're looking for interior design ideas, check out Pinterest's interior design board or if you're really into decorating your bedroom don't miss out on Pinterest's art section!
Be bold, be beautiful, and have fun with it!
A bedroom is a place where you should feel comfortable and relaxed, so it's important to make the most of this space. We all have our personal preferences when it comes to decorating, but one thing we can all agree on is that there's no right or wrong way! Instead of worrying about what other people think of your bedroom decorating choices—be bold, be beautiful, and have fun with it!
If you're looking for inspiration for how to use bold colors in your room (or any other area), try these ideas:
- Use shiny objects like mirrors or metallic wallpapers as focal points for attention-grabbing displays. This will help draw people into the room who might otherwise look past them if their eyes hadn't been drawn by something shiny first!
We hope you’ve enjoyed this article. Remember, the search for the perfect bedroom decor is never-ending! If you have any other ideas, please share them with us in the comments below.