- by Laura
Have you been trying to decide on the perfect piece to use for wall decor? Before choosing a simple framed work, take a look at these twenty creative living room wall decorations. These examples make use of new styles you can buy or even find among your own belongings. Take a look!
Image: Rizzoli New York
These multicolored raindrop shapes make a great statement against the white wall. The matching pillow is a nice touch too!
Image: Gibbs Smith
Ship’s wheels are an excellent choice for a room with a nautical theme.
Image: I.O. Metro
The wooden piece is reminiscent of a conch shell, and the bright colored square art looks fantastic against it. The modern spiral pieces round off the look.
Image: SLC Interiors
Round pieces are a fantastic way to fill a blank wall. This piece is made of smaller circles in various colors and patterns of glass.
Image: Cynthia Lynn
Combining different shapes creates an interesting focal point for a room, such as this combo of photography and plates.
A full-wall installation is very attractive, whether painted on or done in panels like this example.
Image: Hensley Premier Builders
These ceramic deer busts are a hip modern touch, and look fantastic with these white grid pieces.
Image: Forer Incorporated
Colored squares look good alone, but even better when combined as in this piece.
This gorgeous medallion-style piece looks perfect with the Mediterranean screen and lanterns.
Image: Jonathan Calvert
Combining mirrors with wall art is another way to enhance a room – and make it seem bigger, using the magic of optics.
Image: Transom Design Build
A real or faux tree branch looks striking against a dark backdrop. This one is also lit for added effect.
Image: SVOYA Studio
The metallic stones on one wall and fiber optics on the other are reminiscent of river rocks and fire, with an industrial touch.
Image: Jeff Andrews Design
Straight from the age of atomic decor, sunbursts are back with a vengeance!
Image: Barry Grossman
Here’s another lovely sample of combined colored squares, with tones chosen to complement the tan and natural wood of this room.
You can hang bowls separately, alongside square art – or in a big, exciting cluster!
Image: Cecile Lozano Interiors
Same shapes with different patterns create a distinguished look, such as these four squares over the fireplace.
Image: Thirdstone Inc. [^]
Clusters of bowls can also be staggered across a space for a unique artistic look.
Image: Lisa Teague Studios
Here’s an excellent shabby chic piece for romantic interior designs.
Image: Richard White Home Designs
Old reels are a bold look for film and media buffs, or anyone who enjoys great style.
Image: Two Art Directors
This room combines the best of retro and modern for a look that’s 100% original.
From furniture specialists to big box retail stores, it’s easy and fun to find unique wall decor. You can even use items you already have around the house to create a look that’s all your own. Let your imagination run wild!