One of the toughest parts of decorating for most people is deciding what to put up on the walls. It’s no different for those who are using a western décor theme. Western wall art brings out the best in any room, provided:
- It fits the overall western décor of the room. There’s nothing wrong with a little contrast here and there, but western wall art isn’t the place to put something that clashes with the rest of your western décor. Pick something that complements your color scheme and overall western décor theme.
- It isn’t overdone. The only thing worse than bare walls is cluttered walls. Western wall art is great, but too much of a good thing isn’t a good thing.
- It isn’t overly symmetrical. Part of the rustic charm of western wall art and western décor in general is that it hails back to a simpler time, a time when function trumped appearances. That doesn’t mean you should hang western wall art willy-nilly, but it does mean you can relax a little and stagger your western wall art a bit. Whether you hang paintings, photographs, or other kinds of wall art, you should go for a bit of an asymmetrical look.
Above all, western décor is homey and inviting. You want all of your wall decorations to express the overall message and rustic charm your rustic home is designed to convey. Whichever type of rustic or western décor you decorate your home or cabin with, you want to make sure that the western wall art gives off the same warm, welcoming feeling that the rest of your western décor does.
Check out the vast selection of western décor and western wall art at Cabin Place. There’s wall art to meet every western and rustic decorating need, all easy to find and reasonably priced.