Newsletter on Interior Designing
Your Own Artwork
than spending a fortune on artwork, create your own beautiful art to display.
When someone asks where you found that great piece, you can proudly tell
him or her that you created it yourself.
Painting a square or
shape of your choice onto the wall in a contrasting color is a great way
to mimic artwork and add drama and color. On the other hand, you can use
that shape to frame one of your favorite pieces and give it a little update.
If you have the skills,
paint a mural. Just go for it. It's only paint, and if you don't love
the finished product, it's very simple to change it. If you don't think
you can pull it off, try using a projector. Find a great picture or design
and project it onto the wall. Lightly trace it with chalk then fill it
in with paint.
Paint over old paintings
that no longer coordinate with your decor. You do not have to be an artist
to do so. It is not necessary to paint an elaborate landscape; you can
simply create an abstract design. You can also use a projector for this
project if you choose, or if you have a friend with artistic flair, ask
him or her to create a painting for you.
Fabric also makes great artwork. Stretch fabric over a picture frame or
an old canvas and staple it to the back. Using leftover fabric from slipcovers
or curtains is a nice way to coordinate your art with the fabric treatments
already in place. You can also use a contrasting fabric, a different print,
or a textured fabric to add interest.
Instead of purchasing expensive artwork, choose a few inexpensive prints
of works by your favorite artists. Choose what you love, keeping color
and scale in mind. Use a good quality frame instead of a poster frame
to give it some richness.
Look for high quality
frames at thrift stores, antique shops, or estate sales. You can also
remove frames from artwork you no longer care to use or you can paint
or re-stain that old frame that is just sitting in your closet.
You can also make your own frames from trim or molding, or for a rustic
look, make a frame from twigs or bamboo.
These are just a few ideas to help you get started. You can make
many simple, inexpensive additions to a room with just a little time,
effort, and paint. Also, remember to look at old things in new ways. Before
buying new items, try to make the accessories and artwork you already
have into things you can continue to use and enjoy.
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