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Picking Wall Art – 3 Different Styles I Love

I’ve put together three different gallery wall styles based on my favorites that will bring new life to any space. Take a look…

Oh Joy! Living Room - Photo by Monica Wang

Often I get asked by friends and readers if I have suggestions for art for their spaces. Typically, these requests come from people who are wanting to add a bit of style to the room while keeping on a budget. So I’ve put together three different gallery wall styles based on my favorites that will bring new life to any space. Take a look…

Abstract
If you like the idea of adding color to a space but don’t know what type of imagery you like, abstract art is a great option. Whether they are cool color textures or blurred out images, abstract art feels both modern and fun.

(left to right, top to bottom: Proteas by Kamala Nahas, Lori Wemple Bare, Catherine Culvenor Chroma Explosion, Lune by Lori Wemple, Melting Popsicles by Helen Makida)

Figural
I have an extra obsession with figural art—both faces and bodies drawn, painted, or photographed. Here’s a mix of styles and levels of colorfulness for your wall.

(left to right, top to bottom: Girl with Flowers by Ayeyokp, Isabela Humphrey Still Life of a Woman, Alicia Abla Woman with Flower, Reflection by Sandra Poliakov, Blue Rain by Marcia Biasiello, Here and Now No. 5 by Tal Paz-Fridman)

Typographic
I love sayings – something simple and to the point that means something to you or is cheeky and fun. Whether it’s motivational for you or for a wink for those coming into your home, these prints are fun and always make a statement.

(left to right, top to bottom: Love by Rose Stallard, Everyone Can Do it by Diego Arellano, What’s the Best by The Motivated Type, Wake Up, No Thank You by Hotel Magique)

The great thing about all of these prints is that they come in a range of sizes and can be ordered framed so they are ready to hang as soon as they arrive!

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