Fresh neutrals, or a natural color palette including white, cream, beige, grey, and tan, composed the list of cop-out colors… until recently. Neutral colors are now the go-to, purposefully chosen hues for decoration in modern households. Neutrals are bolder than you think, offer a wide range of shades, and add a fresh, timeless look to any space. Let’s explore some of our favorite neutral-hued framed art pieces that will shatter your previous view of natural colors.
At a point in our not-to-distant past, the term ‘unique art’ stood as a redundancy. What was art, if not a one-of-a-kind creation? From paintings to sculpture to photography, artists created unique pieces, viewed and bought by others. But today, in a world of prints, copies, and copycats, it’s harder to find art that is truly unique. Now, don’t get us wrong, re-printing provides an amazing opportunity for the famous works of historical artists to be viewed in homes around the world. But when you’re looking for something new, a piece your guests have never seen before, it makes your job a little harder.
Unique art prints come from a variety of places. You may be looking for a print by a mostly-unknown artist, or a lesser-known work of an artist you have admired your whole life. We picked out our favorite rare, strange, and unknown pieces to showcase to you in this post… and we encourage you to dig for others we didn’t even think of!
Our love for Americana art pops amidst the sparklers and flags of Independence Day celebrations. But how do you decorate in red, white and blue all year round? This blog is full of tips and tricks to making Americana decor timeless and classic. It all starts with the color palette we all love and some perfectly placed framed art.
It’s finally official… summer is here! And nothing encompasses the carefree days and nights of summer like photography art. Framed photography captures the joy of warm summer days so uniquely. So on those less-sunny days, or if you’re stuck inside, it’s nice to have some reminders of the dog days of summer on your wall. Check out some of our favorite summer photography art below!
National Pet Day stands as the most adorably celebrated unofficial holidays. The relationship between a human and a pet is a special one indeed. Anatole France once said,
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”
We’re approaching Valentines Day, and love is in the air. Why not put some on your walls? When picking out the perfect framed art for Valentines Day, choices range from classic to creative. What vibe do you want to create this year? Whether you’re going funky and fun or tasteful and understated, we have a great selection. Here are some ideas to get you started.
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.
FramedArt.com offers a marvelous variety of canvas art prints, with an inventory that has something for everyone, every room, and every style. Unlike many of our competitors, which rely exclusively on digital archives, we offer both digital and conventional art prints on canvas. Our warehouse here in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey is massive. It contains thousands upon thousands of stretched canvas prints that are not available anywhere else. We also have reproductions of artwork from many artists displayed in the National Gallery of Art.
We’ve all seen a cottage decorated with traditional cottage art. Whether it’s framed seashell prints, perfectly posed pelicans or seagull wall art that makes you want to guard your lunch. The classic cottage feel can be done well with carefully chosen cottage art. Add a bit of creativity, and your getaway could be downright inspiring.
Whether you want to head in a classier direction with black and white photographic prints, or invigorate your guests with bold color florals, the right framed art can make your cottage feel both cozy and contemporary.