Multi-themed art at home

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After the layout of the house along with its exterior and interior finish had been done, the owner of the brand new house may think now of what theme the interior design should be based. There are some which theme of the interior matches the overall style of the house while for the rest this is not necessary.

A house that looks like Zen-inspired on the outside might be very busy in style on the inside. Walls maybe covered with wall painting left and right and lamps of different colors stand on every nook. Mirrors of mixed design and styles may all be set together in one area. As long as the arrangement can be justified, no matter what kind of style it may mean to the designer it still speaks of the home owner’s true art. On the other hand, there are also home owners who prefer their houses to be multi-themed. One corner may have “Arabian nights” kind of look while the other corner is very Filipino in style with lots of neutrals and wood. Upstairs might be busy with different themes, too. One bedroom can look like art-deco inspired while the master’s bedroom is another Asian-art inspired. But this time, this could be Zen type of Japan. With this, the home interior will be far from being tagged as boring. This is true because no matter how nice the theme is perfectly set, seeing it 24/7 and all year round will make it appear dull after sometime.

With different themes, your collection of decorative wall paintings does not have to come from one style alone. On one side, you may want to choose optical cubism and on the other nook, you just want it pure classic allegory. And of course, this depends on the theme of a particular space being styled.

Choosing multi-theme inspired interior design is a lot easier for the homeowner. It might be more tedious, but it is much more brain twisting to pick one theme from the tons of selection when all are equally enticing to adopt. Especially when the owner is creative and she got only one chance of owning a house as opposed to those who can collect properties whenever they want to, she would want to have all she has in mind in one sitting. She’d probably would buy art online, or even tons of them and stuff them all in one corner. This is understandable especially if we speak of women whose fascination is a house and whose diversion is to beautify it. So the moment a woman builds her house, it should be remembered that interior design does not necessarily be made of one general style alone. One end can be Asian art and as you turn left, you may want it European for a change.

The author, Shannon, is the co-founder of Artyii, an online sale platform of Asian emerging artists. He specializes in acquiring quality wall paintings at good prices for art lovers worldwide. He has also assisted those who were looking for artwork for sale and those who loved to buy art online.

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