As fine art photography continues to grow in wall decor, images of city life are decorating walls! From cityscapes to urban abstract photography, city scenes are finding a home in interior design. Because of its rise in popularity, we wanted to highlight a few ways to include street photography in your space!
Cityscapes are great for adding contemporary accents to your design. They also pair well with other pieces of art and can help complete a gallery-styled wall. Whether it is a photograph of a city that is special to you or an image that inspires you, different cityscapes can bring some new and exciting energy to your wall!
Abstract artwork is a major wall decor trend, so it is only fitting that abstract photography would be popular! We love how urban abstract photographs provide unique patterns and perspectives of everyday subjects. And for a more classic take on this trend, try hanging an abstract photograph in black & white (always a timeless color combination). Abstract imagery of urban scenes can add a modern touch to your space, no matter your design style!
Fine art photographs of urban details capture a one-of-a-kind perspective of daily life that might otherwise be easily missed and turn it into a work of art. Whether it’s a unique door, cool street art, or intricate architectural details, street photography is a great way to add a contemporary design element to your interiors!
New York Fashion Week 2019 wrapped up in September and there were some runway trends for the upcoming year that caught our eye. It’s no surprise that the relationship between fashion and interiors is a close one, so these fashion trends can easily be applied to create unique spaces. We wanted to highlight a few of our favorite runway styles and how they can find a home in your wall decor!
BOLD: Prints & Patterns
“Olives” by Laura Van Horne alt v 3
“Undersea Fantasia” by Liz Jardine
“Fresh Volley” by Jeff Iorillo
“Shades of Green” by Liz Jardine
“A Deep Rose” by Jill Martin
by Sarah Stockstill
“House Party” by Liz Jardine
“Proud As A Peacock” by Liz Jardine
Bold patterns are trending on the runways and on our walls! From polka dots to rose prints to black & white graphic prints, we are drawing from this high-fashion inspiration and predicting bold patterns to be big in wall decor this coming year. Bold printed wallpaper and wallcovering have become very popular, and it looks to be an interior trend that will continue to grow in 2020.
BRIGHT: Citrus-Inspired Colors
“Even Flow” by Randy Hibberd alt
“Cool Summer” by Jeff Iorillo
“The Sun and The Earth” by Linda Stelling
“Layered Sounds II” by Randy Hibberd
“Tangerine Sky” by KaCee Erle
“Cool Waves” by Liz Jardine
“The Drip #5” by Laura Van Horne
“High Note” by Liz Jardine
floral by Bradford Brenner
“Growth” by Laura Van Horne
Citrus-inspired colors are brightening up wardrobes and interiors! Refreshing colors such as lime green, tangy tangerine, and not-so-mellow yellow made a statement on the catwalks and are sure to make a splash in decor for a bright and colorful 2020. Decorating with these trendy highlighter hues can be as easy as hanging the perfect eye-catching artwork on your walls!
CLASSIC: All White Suit
“Stop On White” by Brooke Borcherding
“Still Life” by Julie Devine
photograph by Nancy Crowell
“Pearlescent Blooms” by K. Nari
The all-white suit continues to be a chic fashion staple and this past New York Fashion Week, designers were taking it to the next level with sultry cutouts and unique silhouettes. This clean, classic, and structured runway trend took a more relaxed, stylized vibe this year and it can easily transition to interior design and decor. Whether you want an all-white space or just some neutral decor, wall art in this pared-down color palette can be the stylized, unique accent piece you need!
The fashion and design industries are continually influencing each other and we love looking to the fashion world for inspiration!