You can have plain painted walls and be content with them. But, you can choose to have one wall in each room designed differently if you want to achieve a great focal point.Traditionally, paintings are used to create focal points – especially in the living room and the bedroom. Though this is still a very much acceptable concept, other people are opting for other wall art design alternatives.
Tree designs are very common these days. You can see living rooms with one light-colored wall designed with a tree or just a branch of a tree (coming out of nowhere). In most cases, this design is used in the wall where couches or beds are positioned against. A single branch with a few leaves and flowers – designed horizontally – is an ideal option for that wall where the TV is set up against.
If you can use trees for wall design, why not consider flowers, right? Have huge flowers scattered on one wall and it will be like bringing in spring inside your home. For a more sunshiny effect, add an image of the sun in the design.
Other great wall art design ideas include; peacocks, silhouettes of ballerinas, colorful butterflies, dragons, human forms, birds, women’s faces (Marilyn Monroe is a popular choice), and different mural abstract patterns.