Art is like beauty. It is subjective to the person who sees it.

What might be appealing and interesting to you in art may not be the same thing that another experience.

Since there are no fast and hard rules with regards to choosing wall hanging art or any particular piece for that matter – remember what mood you like to establish in your bedroom.

Refreshed Bedroom in 3 Steps

If you wish to make your bedroom more decorative in a subtle way, then the tips below can help you big time in achieving that purpose. Let me show you how…

Step # 1. Measure the Wall where You’ll Hang the Art Piece

Get the dimensions of artwork in regards to the size and features of the room. If the art is small, then it may not be noticed once it is hanged up. Otherwise, an oversized artwork may overpower the bedroom and become out of place.

When in the market for wall art, don’t be afraid to take out a small tape measure to get the dimensions of the piece prior to buying one. This way, you know that it has just the right fit to your bedroom.

Step # 2. Bring Color to a Dark Room

Hanging wall art in your bedroom can make it look more alive or even highlight the theme of your decoration. For instance, contemporary bedroom that uses sleek dark gray furnishing as well as beige walls can significantly benefit from modern wall tapestry. This can be one that is repeating the color of the room (gray, rust, beige, brown and black) in a still life tapestry hanging above your adjustable beds.

Step # 3. Coordinate Colors in Your Bedroom and the Artwork Itself

What you can do here is choosing a particular piece of artwork that is using analogous, monochromatic or complementary colors. On the color wheel of an artist, the secondary and primary colors are on the opposite side like orange and blue, yellow and purpose as well as red and green. Analogous colors are next to each such as yellow, orange and red while monochromatic colors are representing the same color in either lighter tints or darker shades.

With this in mind, hanging wall art featuring crimson botanicals as well as various shades of green leaves can complement bedrooms coordinated in tints and shades of green.