Looking for that finishing touch that really brings a ‘wow’ factor to your home? Look no further than our range of statement wall art here at DFS. Choose canvas wall art for a contemporary and cool look, or browse our range of framed wall art for a more refined, elegant aesthetic. Whether you are looking for wall art for the kitchen, wall art for a bedroom, or living room wall art - explore our great range of modern abstract wall art, contemporary cityscape canvas wall art, and large framed wall art to make a statement anywhere in your home. For more finishing touches for your space, check out our range of wall mirrors, upgrade your interior lighting, or explore our rugs and decorative accessories.

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What kind of wall art is most popular?

Here at DFS, our range of wall art covers most of the nation’s favourite styles. Landscape wall art is one of the most popular types, as it works well with many decor styles - for a more contemporary twist on this look, consider cityscape wall art, or modern landscape wall art, which can take a more abstract or illustrative style. Speaking of abstract, this is also a popular choice for wall art, as it can be found in many colours and styles to match your decor and makes an impact without overpowering a space. Similar to abstract wall art, geometric and pattern-inspired wall art is another great option for your space. Other wall art styles include beach and coastal inspired wall art, vintage or retro wall art and signage, portraits and figures, still life, botanical or animal inspired wall art, and even sculptural 3D wall art.

How do you make wall art look expensive?

A piece of large wall art will make a statement on the wall due to its size, and will often look more expensive - and is easier to hang - than creating a gallery wall from lots of smaller pieces of wall art. Choosing framed wall art is also a good option, as the frame immediately makes the wall art look more expensive and luxurious. Another clever way to make your wall art look more expensive is by mounting a wall light above it as you might see in an art gallery.

What kind of wall art is best for the bedroom?

When choosing wall art for a bedroom, it’s best to pick something with a softer, calmer look that matches the theme or colours of your bedroom. Soft landscapes or coastal themed wall art are great options for traditional bedrooms, and for modern bedrooms, consider abstract art in softer pastel tones - or neutrals - that matches your wall colours or large furniture pieces. As for size and placement, a piece of large wall art mounted above the bed is a classic choice, or even opposite the foot of the bed, so you can admire your bedroom wall art as soon as you wake up. Of course, many people choose to mount their TV on this wall instead, but you could also consider a TV bed, which hides away your TV in the foot end of your bed when not using it.

How do I choose the best wall art for my living room?

The easiest way to narrow down the options when choosing living room wall art is to consider what colours and tones would work best with your existing colour palette. Wall art in the living room is a great way to draw out some of the accent colours or finishes in your living room and make the whole space look more cohesive. Perhaps abstract wall art with metallic accents will coordinate with a statement light fitting, or a piece of large wall art will help to draw out the colour of your statement sofa, feature wall or fireplace surround. Of course, it’s also worth remembering you’ll want something you’re happy to look at often! Choosing wall art for your living room is very personal, so choosing something you like is just as important as making a choice based on what will match your interior decor.

What is the best wall art for the kitchen?

Many people choose food themed still life wall art for their kitchen, or retro signage related to food and drink, but there are plenty of other great options when selecting wall art for the kitchen. Abstract wall art looks particularly great in a kitchen, and because it’s available in so many colours and styles, you’ll easily find one to match your kitchen decor. If you have a large kitchen with space for a dining table, a statement piece of large wall art mounted nearby makes a great conversation piece when having guests over. You could also consider adding a kitchen wall clock, which makes a stylish and functional piece of wall art for the kitchen.

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