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Large Wall Art For Living Rooms: Ideas Inspiration

Large Wall Art For Living Rooms: Ideas  Inspiration


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What happens when artwork takes center stage in a home? Rather than adding art as an afterthought, even a single favored piece can easily serve as a perfect anchor for the rest of the room. The following images explore a variety of ways to make home artwork serve as more than just a focal point, but as a unifying feature within an interior design. The techniques employed here are clever and diverse: some of these interior artwork ideas perfectly complement the color palette, others unify the design theme, and some enhance the character of the structure itself.

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  • Visualizer: Aurélien BRION
Color matching often proves to be the most straightforward way to incorporate artwork into the home. This space benefits from neutral basics, with the colorful accents easy to change out in case the artwork changes.

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  • Visualizer: Julia Borisenko
Here a mixed-media canvas plays into the structural interior features, like the transition between darker and lighter wood between the living room and kitchen. Gray highlights draw attention to the textured wall and deconstructed forms contrast against the straight lines of the furniture.

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  • Visualizer: Adrian Iancu
This home doesn’t base its interior around the artwork, but instead remains relatively neutral – a sort of blank canvas that accommodates any style the residents want to achieve. The single yellow pillow ties back into the overall theme.

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  • Visualizer: Innovattio Architektura
Photographic prints lend themselves well to this eclectic living room interior. A monochromatic art collection is less complicated to work with, easily adaptable to any style. Theunique floor lamp you see here is Solveig by designer Avril de Pastre.

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  • Designer: Nikita Ryazhko
A sketch of Steve Jobs joins a stunning abstract ink print, both with organic influences to balance out the strict geometric theme used throughout this living room.

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  • Visualizer: ARTSTUDIO Design
Light and shadow provide the overarching theme in this apartment living room – and the stunning artwork in the background enhances the effect. Even if the image weren’t perfectly coordinated in terms of color, the theme itself would still help to carry the interior.

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  • Visualizer: Sequoia design studio
In this interior, classic materials and furniture play against a dramatic industrial background enhanced by modern pop art. Also, what a comfy lounge chair!

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  • Visualizer: Nicolas JOUSLIN
Grayscale themes allow the stark black-and-white artwork to pop out from the background. The tiny golden accent springs to life thanks to the pair of dandelion yellow accent chairs.

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  • Visualizer: Gutarev Vlad
A great example of a print that matches both the aesthetic and the attitude of a room – it’s youthful, fun, and playfully aware. Nobody can frown near a pop art likeness of SpongeBob, right? The shawl on the ottoman coffee table adds to the coziness.

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  • Via: Gutarev Vlad
A great example of a print that matches both the aesthetic and the attitude of a room – it’s youthful, fun, and playfully aware. Nobody can frown near a pop art likeness of SpongeBob, right?

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  • Via: ProjetUAll
Gorgeous! Here, the light tones on the abstract prints stand out against their neutral backdrop. Rich furniture textures seem to complement the artwork rather than the other way around.

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  • Visualizer: Azovskiy Pahomova Architects
Gorgeous! Here, the light tones on the geometric prints stand out against their neutral backdrop. Rich furniture textures seem to complement the artwork rather than the other way around.

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  • Via: Walloza
Although this living room has a solidly-defined color theme, the bright rainbow sofa pillows completely change the overall look.

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  • Designer: Azam Mohamed
This living room switches up the common aesthetic of paneled walls and smooth artwork in favor of paneled artwork and smooth walls.

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  • Visualizer: Anton Kostetskiy
Decorating an atrium or other tall room is rather difficult. While procuring a large vertical painting might prove difficult, the result is well worth the search.

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  • Via: Applico
An unforgettable interior style – this living room pairs a full wall mural with a floor so polished it reflects its surroundings like glassy water on a calm day. This is a thematically comprehensive interior for those dedicated to art but who have a separate space to display individual pieces.

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  • Visualizer: Pivot Studio
Striking but not overwhelming; this choice complements the aesthetic of the resident’s book collection but stands alone as a fine piece to appreciate.

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  • Visualizer: Studio DEnew
In this living room, the artwork makes the first impression without a doubt. Colorful furniture complements the print without completely emulating its style or color palette. The unique coffee table made of wooden blocks seals the look.

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  • Visualizer: Denis Melnik
Ever wondered how to coordinate an interior around two very dissimilar art styles? This space provides welcome inspiration. It’s an eclectic interior but pulls together around the ambiance of the artwork chosen.

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  • Visualizer: Ricardo Ferreira
Playful pop art prints featuring Michael Jackson offer a charming response to this rustic-meets-industrial living room theme. The metallic chrome swing arm wall lamp adds a hint of luxury to the space as well.

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  • Visualizer: Razvan Barsan + Partners
This living room does away with traditional conventions altogether. A dramatic impressionist ship joins a group of carefully arranged frames on the right, with functional wall art in the form of a clock to the left.

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  • Visualizer: Azovskiy Pahomova Architects
Bold and beautiful! The furniture continues the spectrum of color used in the floral wall art, rather than acting as a direct continuation. Thematically, the curvaceous furniture pairs well with the blossoms that thrive on the central volume.

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  • Visualizer: Koneksign
At the end of a long open floor plan, a colorful pink and blue painting gives the eye a place to rest and focus.

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  • Visualizer: Pavel Petrov
Primary colors aren’t the easiest theme for a designer to adopt. This painting defines the overall theme while the bright furniture accentuates the yellow accents.

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  • Visualizer: Le Anh
A patchwork miniature bulldog brings out all of the most delicate patterns used within this chic blue-toned interior. Even without the sparing accents, the artwork would still stand on its own as a charismatic focal point.

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  • Visualizer: Ricardo Ferreira
Such an interesting living room! The interior-themed artwork adds a layer of meta awareness that makes its presence quite novel.

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  • Visualizer: Bray Artist
Portraits with fluid organic lines compliment the curved shapes found in the table, rug, and potted tree. Sharp geometric forms stand in contrast.

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  • Visualizer: AX2 Studio
Although the painting centered above the sofa could certainly stand alone, its visual impact is enhanced by the natural wood tones and light brown accents used throughout the living room.

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  • Visualizer: Alla Kogan
Dramatic, minimalistic, and perfectly coordinated – this large print does well to center the living space and blends seamlessly with the rest of the interior accents.

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  • Visualizer: Javier Wainstein
Where a television would normally stake out its territory, a dramatic black and gray painting makes its mark instead. Its weighty tone draws the eye immediately.

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  • Visualizer: Svyatyuk Stanislav
And a look at our last interior – this warm hued painting pops out among the cooler greenish-gray tones that make up this modernistic living room.


Paintings and illustrations are just one of the many ways in which you can decorate a wall. Do check out our feature on wooden wall art decor for more ways to personalize your walls.


Watch the video: Living Room Decorating Ideas. Expert Interior Design Tips. The Home Depot (June 2022).


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