Friday, April 24, 2020

Modern bathroom art ideas

 bathroom wall art

Art Belongs in the Bathroom
Art not only has a place in the living room or bedroom. A well-decorated bathroom often has artworks that go with its decor style. Adding bathroom wall art canvas can create a sense of thoughtfulness and beauty, transforming the bathroom from a purely functional space to somewhere you look forward to spending time.
 canvas art set

Use soft artworks for a cozy feel
This bathroom corner of Habitually Chic uses all available wall space to display many types of artwork: framed pictures, hanging plates, and even some metal products. To make the appearance look like this, choose a theme or at least one style to make the artwork cohesive. In this case, the architectural art in soft pencil drawings brings a cozy look. The symmetrical arrangement reflects the nature of the building itself. For example, the tower drawing hangs above the two low, long buildings.
 black wall art for bathroom

Don't be afraid of dark colors
This dark bathroom from House of Honey has four related hot air balloon paintings. Coupled with animal rugs and suitcases, they give the space a fantastic travel theme. Because the background is black, the pale paintings pop. Black wall art for bathroom can be difficult to pull off in a bathroom because the space usually isn't that large. But with good lighting and proper decor, dark colors can become something truly special.
white abstract wall art

Maintain a cohesive style
This bright white bathroom by Monika Hibbs keeps all objects (including artworks) in the same color palette and style. The theme is coastal, but modern art black and white are suitable for the rest of the minimalist bathroom. The painted art is even thoughtfully placed above the towel hook to maintain a clean and simple look. And a rug with just a touch of color gives some warmth to space.
 figure painting abstract
Choose a focal point
This bathroom by House of Hawkes uses a portrait as a focal point to making the otherwise simple white room more interesting. The portrait placed on the side of the tub instantly caught the eye and brought a sense of movement to space. If you want to make your bathroom minimal, then a single but substantial artwork is the best choice. It does not clutter the space, and you can display things that have a special meaning or simply fits your style.

Create a Gallery Wall
The off-white walls, the vanity on the interesting table-turned-vanity, vintage paintings, and pictures of different men all give people a unique impression of the gentleman's bathroom. The placement of artwork is mostly symmetrical and arranged in columns. But the slight crookedness of some of the frames on the gallery wall maintains the vintage, lived-in vibe of the space.
Hang wallpaper
This gorgeous bathroom designed uses black and white paintings covered with floral wall art for a retro and relaxing feel. Although the painted art itself is an artwork, it matches well with vintage pictures of similar tones. Keeping all content the same color scheme helps prevent the look from becoming too busy. Flowers and glasses give a welcome pop of color.

Embrace the minimalist look
Lovers of graphic art can use a more minimalist style to highlight their taste. The concrete floor and white marble tiles provide a neutral backdrop. What attracts people's attention is the eccentric black and white art. Positioning makes space look more spontaneous and gives it a life that is often lacking in minimalist design. And the choice of an understated, small piece of canvas art set lets you appreciate the whole effect rather than focus on a single frame.

Fashion an eclectic escape
The Victorian-style bathroom sits somewhere between the featured art and a gallery.  Seven pictures—colorful cityscapes and flowers—were carefully chosen to feel compatible but eclectic. This strategic "thrown together" energy is a hallmark of good Parisian design. In addition, the frame is not completely suspended vertically, giving the space a spontaneous feel. The aqua abstract wall art color helps bring out the details of the artwork.

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