When you choose wall art for your home it will influence the atmosphere and ‘feel’ of the room – plus it must be something that will enjoy looking at over the long term.
Your living room is a highly used space, so it’s essential to find something perfect. Let’s explore some key art genres to help you make the right choice…
Abstract artworks don’t try to create an accurate visual reality. Colours, shapes and gestures are the way these artworks achieve an effect.
Abstract art is ideal if your room needs an oversize piece that won’t dominate.
Figurative art is the name for work featuring a human subject. It could be a portrait or a more surreal scene.
We’re well known for taking a modern look at classical portraiture – the Orange Pencil and Bubblegum editions are great examples.
‘Surreal’ describes many different forms of artwork. It brings new dimensions to life and could be lighthearted, dreamlike or strange. Surreal art can be divisive but it can also add drama to your space.
A landscape scene can create a ‘window’ into a cityscape, a coast or serene countryside. Will you opt for a traditional landscape scene or something more contemporary?
Style: Pop Art
Pop Art was huge in the 1960s and takes its inspiration from advertising, product packaging, music and comic books.
For living room wall art that packs a punch, pop art is a great choice.
The idea behind Mineheart is to create a playground for creativity and adventure, where fantasy meets design, and dreams meet industry. Mineheart try to inject a sense of wonder into everyday objects and the spaces around us, telling stories and creating objects that are far from ordinary, they must be extraordinary in order to meaningfully exist.
Within the Mineheart wonderland, everyday objects that include wallpaper, wall art, lighting furniture and home accessories, are more than just functional, they contain stories, love, art and poetry