Bedroom Arts should complement the colors in the room as well as be relaxing.
In addition to artwork hung on the wall behind the head of the bed, attention should be given to at least one other area in the room. Rather than using small accent pieces all over the room, a more calming, coherent look can result from grouping bedroom arts. If the colors of Bedroom Arts differ, a great way to unify the pieces is through common shapes or materials. For instance, one color of metal sculpture could be positioned above the bed, while another could appear elsewhere in the room.
Whatever colors and types of Bedroom Arts you choose; they should be pieces you love.
Think about the colors of your walls and/or the tones of wood or other materials in your room when choosing bedroom arts. Unless you’re using a monochromatic color scheme such as all white or different shades of blue, for example, a strong contrast between bedroom art and the wall or furniture color can look great. If you want to choose framed pictures or prints for your bedroom walls, take some time in choosing the right frames.
If your bedroom style is more eclectic, or purposely mismatched, you may vary metal and wood colors. To tie this kind of look together well though, you may want to use the mixture of colors in prints for either the curtains or throw pillows. The details in the bedroom arts you choose may be similar in the amount of details or be the exact opposite, depending on the overall look you prefer.
If you can’t decide on a motif or theme for art you’d like to display in your bedroom, you may want to choose more abstract pieces. If you do want a calming subject in your bedroom arts, you may want to choose something nature-inspired such as a water or forest theme. When deciding among art options for your bedroom, pick those that you will enjoy seeing every day.