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Wall Art for the Dining Room
Bold dining room wall art proves that great food and great style can go hand-in-hand.
What Subjects Are Best for Dining Room Wall Art?
Never underestimate the power of empty walls: large, blank white dining room walls can overwhelm an entire dining room’s look and feel with a dull, cold ambience, no matter how warm your family gatherings or delicious your meals. The good news is that dining room wall art is one of the easiest ways to end the unforgiving reign of empty walls – and breathe new, refreshing life into an entire room. Whether your style is modern, country rustic or traditional, choose dining room wall art to add a touch of color, a pop of style and a whole lot of class to your dining space!
Floral wall art:
Whether it is a watercolor painting of a bouquet of pink roses or a vivid photograph of a single yellow orchid, floral wall art for the dining room will bring a soft, feminine energy and a touch of gentle color. Style with two or three small pieces to spruce up a small corner or niche – or one sprawling piece to transform the entire room.
Landscape wall art:
When it comes to dining room wall art, picturesque settings of majestic desert horizons, endless ocean shores, sprawling forest hills and other natural land settings can reinvigorate any dining room with a dose of organic beauty – the perfect way to celebrate and enjoy family meals, especially those served homemade and fresh.
Geometric wall art:
Abstract paintings or sketches featuring lines, angles and bold shapes in mesmerizing patterns are an effortless way to pull together a dining room aesthetic – which may otherwise feel incomplete – with concrete detail and contrast.
What Colors Are Best for Dining Room Wall Art?
While it is a general rule of thumb that most other rooms in the house should focus on hues that are warmer and calmer – as opposed to cooler and more energizing – the dining room can go either way. Play with splashes of bright blues and whites to complement bold flavors and lively conversations that come with family meals, or hint with soft neutrals and distressed wood frames for a cozier and more subdues dining ambience. Whichever your preferred design mood, stick with two or three main colors; any more can clash or prove disorienting, and any less may not provide enough contrast to affect a dining room’s aesthetic.