Bathroom Wall Decor

Bathroom Wall Decor

Room makeovers include many components. From furniture, to wall color, to lighting, it’s easy to forget something. However, bare walls can leave the room feeling bland and boring. Wall décor is the perfect option to create a focal point in the room, all while adding a finishing touch to the room’s style. Wall décor – including wall art, wall accents, and wall mirrors – can brighten and bring life to a room. Here at Wayfair, we’re inspired by wall décor transformations. That’s why we asked eleven interior designers to share their recent room makeovers featuring wall décor. And look out for our tips to help you utilize wall decorations in your own home!
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Bathroom Wall Decor

Bathroom For some, the bathroom can be the most relaxing room in the house. Who doesn’t enjoy a long, hot shower or a nice, relaxing bubble bath after a hard day? With the right bathroom decor from Kirkland’s, you cand create your dream spa bathroom in no time! Our bathroom decorating ideas will help you design a peaceful, beautiful look for your bathroom that will melt your stress away.
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Bathroom Wall Decor

Kristi Blok pro-tip: If you are after an industrial look, play with texture! Industrial décor is a style that derived from abandoned warehouses that became open concept dwellings that had open ceilings with exposed piping systems, concrete floors, support wood or steel beams, and oversized windows. Industrial décor is about embracing those raw materials and blending in softer and residential pieces. “A large and plain wall is a blank canvas for expressing your décor style – it's perfect for art displays, gallery walls, floating shelves, wall paper, bold or deep paint color, mirrors, clocks, murals etc. A blank wall is how one can really complete and pull together the look of a room. When you want to change up the décor in your room, you don't have to completely overhaul the space. Think about the feeling you want in the room and use that as a jumping off point. Achieve that feeling through color, texture and accessories, and keep the basics the same. That's a simple and effective way to change your room without needing a BIG budget. Use that wall space as a backdrop for what you want the room to look/feel like. In this case that brick wall completely transformed the space and added to that industrial look we wanted in the condo. We then complimented that wall with other elements like the reclaimed wood, metal and more to bring that feeling full circle. “
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Bathroom Wall Decor

Wall décor – including wall art, wall accents, and wall mirrors – can brighten and bring life to a room. Here at Wayfair, we’re inspired by wall décor transformations. That’s why we asked eleven interior designers to share their recent room makeovers featuring wall décor. And look out for our tips to help you utilize wall decorations in your own home!
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Bathroom Wall Decor

Debbie Talianko pro-tip: Here's a trick– take a photo of the room from several feet back and try to incorporate your furnishings into the shot with the wall you want to decorate. Then print this photo and sketch on top of it (or use an iPad) to plan how you might arrange the art. This will save you lots of patching later on! “If you're starting with a blank wall, decide the type of art and accessories that will be the most appropriate. Find a common thread among them. For instance, if you are planning a wall in a family room, then most certainly, photos of family vacations, portraits and the kids' art work from school projects will seem right on this wall. The thing about wall décor is not to overdo it. I often explain to my clients that it isn't necessary to fill every space that's available. Instead, go every other wall if you can. By leaving blank walls in between walls with your artwork, you give the eye (the brain) a chance to process what it sees. If there is too much going on, the brain won't be able to process what it sees nor enjoy the view. When arranging art on a wall, think about the shape of the wall space and then mimic the same shape with your artwork. In other words, if the wall is a tall rectangle, then make your group of framed art into a tall rectangular grouping. Also, leave a good amount of border all around it.”
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Bathroom Wall Decor

Andrea Bazilus pro-tip: The biggest tips we give to anyone regarding any type of art or wall décor are to never be afraid to pick an art piece that is uniquely you. A fun typography piece, an eccentric photo print or a piece with bold subject matter – we have used bold astronaut artwork before! And, contrary to some, we believe your art pieces don't necessarily have to match your other décor! “After any remodel, we always identify where the placement of art will be throughout the whole home. Oftentimes, we specify where the art will go based on how the furniture in each space lays out. This process is very similar, of course, when we are working with existing decor. We typically choose which walls will have the largest or boldest piece, typically the largest wall, and from there we decide any other decorations as needed. When we do a large graphic or bold art piece, we typically specify that any other art or decor in the space will be more subdued but play off something about the other piece – the same metallic, a similar color palette, or both of them having a lot of white space – so they relate to each other. Also, don't feel you need to put something on every single wall. Sometimes a ton of wall décor can actually be too much of a good thing! Let the pieces you put in your home be special and it will make each one shine.”
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Bathroom Wall Decor

For some, the bathroom can be the most relaxing room in the house. Who doesn’t enjoy a long, hot shower or a nice, relaxing bubble bath after a hard day? With the right bathroom decor from Kirkland’s, you cand create your dream spa bathroom in no time! Our bathroom decorating ideas will help you design a peaceful, beautiful look for your bathroom that will melt your stress away.
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Bathroom Wall Decor

“If you're starting with a blank wall, decide the type of art and accessories that will be the most appropriate. Find a common thread among them. For instance, if you are planning a wall in a family room, then most certainly, photos of family vacations, portraits and the kids' art work from school projects will seem right on this wall. The thing about wall décor is not to overdo it. I often explain to my clients that it isn't necessary to fill every space that's available. Instead, go every other wall if you can. By leaving blank walls in between walls with your artwork, you give the eye (the brain) a chance to process what it sees. If there is too much going on, the brain won't be able to process what it sees nor enjoy the view. When arranging art on a wall, think about the shape of the wall space and then mimic the same shape with your artwork. In other words, if the wall is a tall rectangle, then make your group of framed art into a tall rectangular grouping. Also, leave a good amount of border all around it.”
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Laura Burton pro-tip: In order to create interest yet cohesiveness through art and wall décor, select a few key walls where you'd like to draw attention. I discourage hanging items on every wall, because in my opinion, the eye needs a few places to rest.  “Coordinate the selected items to have a visual tie (either through common colors, frame types, materials, etc.) while simultaneously mixing in subtle variety (it's a fine balance). I personally use wall décor selectively to provide a new dimension when most other hanging items remain flat. I also consider wall sconces to serve a similar purpose, as they provide the added layer of light. Wall décor provides the occasional shape, texture or depth that serves to break up the monotony and add some life to the space!”
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“A large and plain wall is a blank canvas for expressing your décor style – it's perfect for art displays, gallery walls, floating shelves, wall paper, bold or deep paint color, mirrors, clocks, murals etc. A blank wall is how one can really complete and pull together the look of a room. When you want to change up the décor in your room, you don't have to completely overhaul the space. Think about the feeling you want in the room and use that as a jumping off point. Achieve that feeling through color, texture and accessories, and keep the basics the same. That's a simple and effective way to change your room without needing a BIG budget. Use that wall space as a backdrop for what you want the room to look/feel like. In this case that brick wall completely transformed the space and added to that industrial look we wanted in the condo. We then complimented that wall with other elements like the reclaimed wood, metal and more to bring that feeling full circle. “

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