Anyone can hang pictures in a home. They can paint walls and add other personal touches as well. Some people hang flowers along their walls that are both real and fake. Everyone loves adding more to their home’s walls. It makes it feel homier to them to have all of their creative ideas centered in one area. You can take it to the next level and turn your home into a truly unique work of art. All it takes is a little creativity and you can decorate your home with custom art.
Buying Customized Art
Wall decals are a fun and easy way to liven up the walls in your home and windows in your vehicle. You can purchase silhouettes of trees and with a little time, you can add them to any wall in your home. There are quotes that you can purchase premade and as their popularity increase, the price for them go down.
Some companies also give you the option to fully customize the decals that you want on your wall. These may include a large initial that may stand for your last name along with a quote or your family members’ names. These fully customizable items are slightly more expensive, but for some people, well worth it. The thing is, you can save money by creating these same masterpieces using a tiny bit of paint and your own creative hands.
If you truly want to have your homes interior stand out above and beyond everyone else’s, why not choose to try your own hand? It does not matter whether you are an artist or not. You do not have to know how to write in calligraphy. You simply have to be willing to see what you are able to do.
If you have a hard time drawing, find a picture that you like on the computer and practice. Then draw onto your walls lightly with a pencil until you feel you have the right size and that it looks right. If you are not totally sure you drew it right, plan to simply fill it in with a color that matches with your wall color. Art is in the eye of the beholder, much the same as beauty is. Even if you can only draw bubble flowers, it is still something you have done.
Letters are also not a problem. If you feel that your handwriting leaves a little to be desired, why not search for and use stencils? You can also type out what you want to say on your home computer, enlarged on paper as large as it will possibly go, and then transfer it to the wall. A little measuring, a little paint, and creativity are all that you need.
If you practice in an area that no one else will visit, such as your bedroom, you can try your hand at a variety of things. If you are not sure you have the ability to make it happen, you can attach paper to your walls and practice drawing it out to the scale that you need. Turn that paper into a stencil of sorts and then stay within the area you drew and cut out. This will save your walls from potential pencil markings.
After you have practiced, then turn yourself free on the other areas of your house. All areas can benefit from a positive quote or a beautiful picture. Then, after you decorate your home with custom art, you can wow your friends and family with your newfound decorating skills.