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Metallic Wall Art for the Home
Metallic wall art is having a moment – and for good reason. Bold, shiny, and with just the right amount of edge, a hint of metal is all you need to light up a wall and refresh an entire space.
Subject Types of Metallic Wall Art
Whether abstract patterns, silhouettes of palm trees or outlines of your favorite states, metallic art comes in a variety of subjects and perspectives.
Metallic State Art
One of the most popular subjects for metal wall art, state art makes it effortless to elevate your style – and show off your hometown pride.
- Metallic Texas Art: Give your walls a splash of Texan charm with a gold outline of the Lone Star state!
- Metallic Arizona Art: Arizona wall art in a chic metallic hue will add a rustic-chic appeal to any home.
- Metallic Nevada Art: Whether you’re a fresh Nevadan transplant or Nevada born-and-raised, display your love of the Silver State with metallic Nevada wall art.
- Metallic California Art: Display your love of the Golden State for all to see with metallic California wall art.
Can You Pair Gold Wall Art with Silver Wall Art?
While the rule of thumb used to be that combining gold and silver (whether in jewelry, houseware or wall art) should be avoided at all costs, mixing and matching metals is now not only perfectly acceptable – but widely embraced. Incorporate this design trend within your home by pairing gold metal artwork with a silver mirror or other decorative accent piece.
How to Style Metallic Wall Art in Your Home
If metallic wall art is anything, it is versatile: the gold, silver, platinum and other shades of metal – along with its smooth finish – pair well with almost every color and texture imaginable. To make the shine of metal wall art truly stand out, go for contrast by pairing colors on opposite ends of the spectrum and playing with negative space. Style aluminum wall art against a teal wall to bring out the cool undertones of green and blue, near a vintage leather armchair to contrast with the texture of an aged finish, or even above a fireplace mantle to define the rustic charm of brick.
No matter where it is styled, metallic wall art brings an understated pop of color and just the right amount of eye-catching dazzle to define any corner and refresh any space.