The Most Stylish Things
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The Most Stylish Things That Will Complete Your Wall Design

Since furniture makes a space functional and comfortable, we'd argue that it's an essential element of a home (aside from the roof, that is). We feel similarly about decorative elements like wall art; the right pieces can introduce intrigue, personality, inspiration, and dimension to your abode. Furthermore, we're fans of how transformative one large statement piece can be. If you have some blank walls to dress up, click through the 16 large wall art ideas below that will inspire you to go bold with abstract pieces, modern prints, eclectic photo galleries, or large-scale photographs as well as ideas for how you might want to display them.

Go Bright, Bold, Geometric

For a high-impact dining nook, consider hanging a larger piece with lots of bold colors, geometric shapes, and endless details you'll want to admire over the years. Set against simple but striking black furniture, this large-scale, kaleidoscopic piece is clearly meant to be the focal point of the room.

Focus on the Foyer

The foyer should make a grand entrance, making it the perfect place to display all your favorite art. You can mix various objets d'art around them too, or choose a bold plant to enhance the space even more. We love how this leafy one plays with proportion.

Frame Your Photography

Mixing your own photos with framed photography will create an interesting dynamic between casual and formal while also filling this sacred sleeping space with sentimental value. The asymmetrical arrangement honors the lived-in feel accomplished by the leaning floor mirror and cozy, undone neutral linens.

Mix and Match Frames

Aside from the artwork itself, mixing and matching frames of various styles will give the entire room a lot of personality. In other words, it's a good idea to treat the framing and hanging process as an art project. This is also a great way to make more affordable or even homemade children's art feel more elevated.

Think Maximalist D├ęcor

As gorgeous as the wall art and antique mirror are, the painted floor nearly steals the spotlight, though paired together the effect is anything but boring. Instead, the look is dramatic in a free-spirited way that contrasts with the traditional and formal elements of the room, while still complementing the refined yet traditional drama of the room's high ceilings, intricate gold etchings, and brick fireplace. That said, don't be afraid to commit to ornate details and rich color palettes.

Liven Up Your Living Room

If you're looking for the perfect place to display a favorite piece, right above the sofa in the living room is a great idea since you spend a lot of time in there, as do guests. We love how playful this room is, thanks to whimsical pattern layering of artwork and wallpaper. The eye-catching pop of color is a nice touch too.

Spruce Up the Spare Room

If you have an extra room in your home and want to use it as a recreational space, keep bulky furniture and storage pieces to a minimum so you can use the floor space freely and add style to your walls with art. We love how this photo of the Sutro Baths in San Francisco plays off of the antique kelly-green carpet and yoga cushions, while the crisp white ceiling keeps things fresh.

Play With Continuity

We love how the wall art picks up on the abstract design of the carpet. The off-center placement also creates an intriguing dimension without veering away from the color scheme or stealing the spotlight too much.

Strike Balance in the Bathroom

For a spa-like bathroom that will encourage you to relax, unwind, and reset, it's probably best not to leave the walls starkly empty, which can be a bit jarring. Here's an example of how one large artwork can soften up the whole bathroom without taking up precious square footage.

Curate a Narrative

The gallery wall of prints makes this room truly breathtaking while also creating a fitting narrative. Since it's where the residents gather to eat, each print features produce and edible flowers. The neat positioning and repetitive pattern of side-by-side frames creates a soothing environment.