Category: Styles

Black and White Art from Classic to Modern

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.

 

Canvas Art Prints Done Your Way!

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.

Making Cottage Art Creative and Classy

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.

Seagull Art: Many Birds by Patrick Sullivan

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.

Kitchen Art – Match Your Cooking Style – How to Guide

Whether you’re a Michelin-star master chef or a comfort food junkie, matching your kitchen art to your cooking style can enhance the dining experience for you and your family. Cohesive, intentionally chosen kitchen art can inspire and motivate your inner cook, and set the stage for a great meal, every time.

If you’re unsure about your cooking style, skim through your favorite recipe books and pick out some thematic elements: Is seafood often the star of the show? Are you feeding a crew of pasta monsters? Is every plate covered in cheese? Once you get a feel for your style, you can start to choose the perfect kitchen art decor to round out your cooking and dining experience.

Wine and Sunflowers by Jerianne Van Dijk

Wall Art for Every Room in a Slew of Styles

Country Kitchen artwork adds a rustic flair

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.

Country Artwork Makes a House a Home

FramedArt.com is one of the Internet’s leading Country Art retailers. There’s something for everyone, with thousands upon thousands of prints in our expanding catalog. Whether you’re looking for folk art, contemporary country artwork, or something in between, we’ve got it covered. We’re proud to offer this wide array of framed country artwork with infinite finishing options to complement any decor. Our online configurator makes it fun to choose the mat and frame for each piece.

The Old Dirt Road by Billy Jacobs

Billy Jacobs Artwork is Infused with Folksy Charm

Billy Jacobs is a prolific contemporary American artist specializing in rural landscapes. He was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in Ohio, where the rural surroundings of his childhood subsequently inspired his artwork later in life. Farms and barns are prevalent in his work.

Most of Billy’s watercolor paintings are faithful renderings of actual locations in Ohio and Pennsylvania. His painting career has its roots in folk art. Billy’s rural landscape prints have garnered a great deal of acclaim over the past decade. His distinctive, folksy style is infused with timeless charm.

Elephant Pictures add Exotic Flair

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

Elephant by Dean Russo

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.

Nature Wall Art Styles: Earthy Chic, Lakehouse Life, and Glamping 

Once upon a time, informal decorating styles were described in wide-ranging terms like eclectic and bohemian, to differentiate from the more common (and dare say it, mundane) genres. Suffice to say, we’ve come a long way. We’re no longer constrained by traditional design rules and archaic production technology, thanks to the digital revolution. When it comes to nature-infused artwork, we’re now living in an age of endless choices. Whether you opt for an Earthy Chic, Lakehouse Life, or Glamping style, the options are endless. 

Don't Feed The Bears Yellowstone by Lantern Press