It’s moving season! Every spring, the housing market ramps up, and everyone from college students to growing families to retirees looks for a new place to call home. And what’s the first thing you do when you move into a new house? Decorate the walls, of course! Nothing makes a house (or an apartment, or a dorm room) feel more like home than framed art. But where to start? Which walls to choose? Consider this post your ultimate guide to hanging wall art after a big move.
Desert landscapes are a growing trend in modern decorating, and it’s more than just sun and sand. The Southwestern landscape encompasses a diverse range of textures and surprisingly bold colors. Whether you live in water-rich New England, or right in the middle of the concrete jungle, bring on the heat with some desert landscape decor.
Bring on the black and white drama.
Black and white art has a way of bringing a colorful edginess to the walls of a home… without any color at all. Hanging black and white art in your home has many advantages: it often matches any room it’s in, there are options for any look or feel, and it’s often a crowd favorite… especially black and white photography.
Whether you’re looking for something modern to pop off the wall of your living room, or a timeless classic print to adorn your entryway, black and white art always delivers.
Butterfly art has been a popular choice for bedroom and sunroom decor as long as decorators have been decorating. The colorful, delicate wings of the butterfly are the perfect symbol of fragile hope. The bright movement of wings also ushers in the magic of flight.
Whether in prints, photographs, or even paintings, butterfly art is a popular choice. This may be because it fits well with a variety of room themes and color schemes. Butterfly art is also always changing! Artists frequently come up with more creative ways to put the stunning insect on display.
Ready to spice up your space with some new artwork? Try something old! Whether your style is classic, contemporary, or somewhere in-between, retro advertisements add excitement and allure to your walls. Our archives feature a wide array of gorgeous vintage advertising posters. The selections run the gamut, from travel posters and product posters through pop culture. There’s something for every room.
FramedArt.com makes it fast and fun to decorate your home, with an extensive selection of wall art for every room and style. We’ve taken great care to organize our collection of artwork into highly specific categories to facilitate quick and easy browsing. Our website filters allow you to drill down by size, color, and shape, as well as style, while our frame configurator makes custom combinations a snap.
FramedArt.com is the Internet’s premier source for framed prints. We have it covered in each and every room in your home, with hundreds of thousands of prints available in every imaginable style and the widest range of sizes. We produce all of our custom-framed pieces here in our headquarters in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey.
Audrey Hepburn is an icon of style and screen, best remembered for Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), in a career that spanned the decades. She won an Oscar and a Golden Globe for her very first starring role, in Roman Holiday in 1953. FramedArt.com’s substantial collection of Audrey Hepburn artwork pays tribute to one of Hollywood’s greatest stars. To this day, no one has worn a pair of big sunglasses better than Audrey.
Elephants are the most magnificent mammals to walk the face of the earth. They’ve inspired artists with their sheer majesty for generation after generation, from prehistoric times through the present. Our expanding collection of Elephant pictures contains a wide variety of pieces, with an extensive range of styles. The smallest artwork measures less than 12 x 12 inches and the most massive are as enormous as their subjects.
Popular Framed Elephant Pictures
While our collection is light on cave paintings, you will find many of the selections rendered in the latest trend-setting styles. The first pair of our favorite large elephant pictures packs quite a punch. We’ll start with the wonderfully colorful pop art Elephant by Dean Russo. At a maximum size of 47 x 48 inches, it’s as big and bold as can be. John Banovich’s remarkable Power of One photograph (shown below), weighs in at 48 x 40 inches.