We are all familiar with different forms of 2D wall arts…framed art, murals, decals, stickers, painted screens and so on. But how often do you come across a painting which seems to pop from the wall? These eerie images are of such 3D interactive wall paintings which encourage viewers to complete the art in a relevant way! Weird but awesome, right?
The paintings were created by Brain Mash, an art design studio in Russia, Photo credit goes to Trend Hunter.
There’s nothing like flowers to cheer you up and brighten your day! So if you infuse some floral charm into your home décor, it can work wonders. We know that a beautiful floral arrangement in any room can change the aura in seconds. Even if you feel that arranging real flowers everyday is a hassle, there are amazing artificial creations which will work fine. But this is not the only way you can welcome the magic of flowers inside. Here, we are going to share other ideas too…
First, let’s talk about walls…undoubtedly a very integral part of home décor. Did you know that you can easily showcase the beauty of flowers on your walls through decals? They are easy to apply, doesn’t leave sticky residue or damage your walls. So you can change them whenever you want or reposition them to get a different look! Made from PVC or vinyl, they are pretty durable and simple to maintain. To know more about them, read: https://uberlyfe.wordpress.com/2014/06/06/not-just-another-brick-in-the-wall/
Floral decals are available in different designs, colors and sizes…so depending on the kind of space you want to adorn, you can choose conveniently. Below are pictures of some gorgeous rooms with such decals on their walls:
And here are our flower decals which can transform the way you look at your walls, forever. You can use them on any surface which is dry, smooth and clean:
Now let’s take a look at other things in a room where you can go floral…the curtains are a good place to start. Flower motifs on cushions or floral bedspread or rugs are great ways to introduce that bright summery feel. Or you can think a little differently and use the look in small doses like floral pattern on a lampshade, placemats, flowers with candles, on screens…whether you go for vibrant hues or calming shades, flowers always look good. Even artificial flower trails with tiny electric lights inside them, glow attractively on a quiet summer evening.
No matter which way you choose to introduce flowers, it’s good to not overdo it. If all the items in a room have floral designs, it might be overwhelming! So use a bit of moderation and your innovative “grey cells” and watch happiness bloom in front of your eyes 🙂
Photo credit: Houzz & Martha Stewart. See our decals: http://tinyurl.com/ps9oedy