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Adding Abstract Art To Your Walls

featuring “Back Pocket I & II” by Kippi Leonard

Finding the right art for your wall can add the perfect finishing touches to your design. But with so many art styles and imagery to choose from, it can be a little overwhelming. Abstract artwork is a popular décor trend that encompasses a wide range of imagery and styles. And although it seems like they would work best in a contemporary styled space, abstracts can add interest, color, and invigorating energy to any design. So whether you have a totally modern space, a traditionally furnished room, or somewhere in between, abstracts can find a way on your wall!

Modern Design

featuring “Turbine” by Scott Brems

Abstract art can give a contemporary and eclectic space some bold and dramatic flair. A large-scale piece will create a beautiful statement in your room and draw your eyes to your wall. Abstract imagery is also a great way to add a pop of color, and it can complement different textures and patterns to complete a maximalist design style.

Traditional Design

featuring cropped alt of “Rising Veil” by Scott Brems

Opposites attract with modern abstract art and traditional furnishings! If you have a neutral and traditional space, a colorful abstract painting can create an eye-catching focal point or a neutral abstract can add interest to a monochromatic look. No matter the size, abstract artwork can help tie in the different colors of your room as “classic” meets “contemporary. Even just changing out the artwork on your wall can freshen up your space, and contemporary artwork can enhance your existing traditional furnishings.

Transitional Design

featuring “Annual Journey” by Ruth Fromstein and “Attraction I &II” by Kippi Leonard

As more spaces blend modern and timeless elements, these popular transitional styles can reflect individuality and personal touches in the design! Whether you gravitate towards minimalist and neutral spaces or maximalist and bold design, hanging abstract artwork can be the perfect way to complete your transitional space. From encaustic art to acrylic paint on canvas, and from abstract photography to mixed media pieces, you are sure to find the perfect abstract for your wall!

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10 thoughts on “Adding Abstract Art To Your Walls

  1. It’s true that finding the right art for my walls will be very rewarding. I think I’ll buy some abstract interior paintings from a good artist since they complement the contemporary designs of my living room. The space I have is fairly neutral, so I’m sure that it will suit my home.

  2. Abstract wall art may seem like a very pretentious style that’s not suitable for any home, doesn’t look great only in modern decors. It can also complement nicely a more traditional setting.

  3. I love the examples of abstract art you have here! They look so cool. My husband and I have been trying to find unique artwork for our living room. I’ve been really into ink drawings lately, so we’ll have to find a couple of different options.

  4. Thank you for this suitable article about adding abstract art to your walls, it will help me and people like me looking for the same. I appreciate your effort for taking time to do your research and present these details before us. Really nice way to present this content, very appreciative!!

  5. It is a nice article about three reasons about adding abstract art to your walls. I agree with all your points that you have stated here, love this blog. I love reading this blog; it talks so much about planning a great idea about it.

  6. My uncle is looking for decor that he could add to his home for a more modern approach to its looks. Your suggestion of considering an abstract wall art that uses acrylic paint for a minimalist approach is a great idea. I’ll go ahead and recommend this to him as soon as we meet again!

  7. It got me when you said that abstract art can provide a beautiful statement to the room that will make your eye drawn to the wall. I would love that kind of touch for the living room, and it might be what I need to finish the look of that part of the house. So I should look for a gallery where I can buy quality abstract acrylic artwork this weekend.

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