The art world has been flooded with images of beautiful artworks in recent years, but how do you get your artworks into a home or studio?
To answer this question, we’ve created this easy to follow tutorial to help you create artworks of your own.
This guide will walk you through the process of creating a beautiful wall art, and you can download a copy to use as a wallpaper, so you can share it on your walls.
Pick a good location.
The first thing you need to do is pick a good place to put your artwork.
This can be in the kitchen, living room or bedroom, but it’s also possible to put it on the balcony, in your living room, or in the dining room.
Make sure that you choose a place where you’ll be able to enjoy it from all sides, so that it looks great from every angle.
To start, make sure that your wall art is free of any paint, which will be important in terms of how it looks and feels.
Paint is an easy way to make your art look more colourful and unique, so don’t worry about making it look too bright.
To find out how to choose the best spot for your wall artwork, check out our guide to the best locations for wall art.
Select your colour scheme.
It can be tempting to go with one colour scheme for your artwork, but you’ll want to choose a different colour scheme every time you’re creating it.
This means that you’ll need to use different shades of your colours to match your artwork with your surroundings.
For instance, you might have one colour for a garden, and another for a park, so your artwork might look like this: green, red, yellow, blue.
To make sure you’re using the right colour scheme, you can use our colour guide.
If you’re unsure about what to use for your wallpaper, we have a handy colour guide that can help you pick the right colours for your space.
Choose your wall style.
If your artwork is going to be in a particular style, you need some sort of decoration to make it stand out.
This includes decorative elements such as plant and flower designs or decorative tiles or wallpaper.
We have a guide to decorating your walls to help with this process.
To ensure your artwork looks good from every side, you’ll also want to ensure that it has a high contrast and is easy to read from different angles.
You can use a range of different types of wall art to help create this look.
Create a list of options.
Now that you have your wall pieces ready, it’s time to choose an image or images to put them in.
To create a wall art for your room, you should look for something that matches the wall.
Here are a few examples of wall pieces that we’ve seen: garden wall, bedroom wall, garden wall artwork for a living room table, dining room artwork for the dining table, kitchen wall artwork.
These types of images can also be used to create different types and styles of wall designs.
Create the artwork.
It’s important that you create a piece of art that fits in with the rest of your house.
If it doesn’t, your artwork will look like it’s a mess, and it won’t be inviting to your guests.
Here’s what you need for a wall of your bedroom: white wall, dark wall, white, light wall, grey wall, blue wall, black wall, yellow wall, orange wall, red wall, green wall, purple wall, pink wall, gold wall, silver wall, light blue wall.
To see how you can choose a suitable wall for your bedroom, check our guide for ideas for wall design.
Create your wall.
Now you have everything you need, it’ll be time to create your wall design, which is the most important step.
In the image above, you’ve got two walls, one in white and one in grey, but these are not the only types of colour you need.
You also need to consider the space that your art will be placed in, so make sure your wall works in this context.
For this example, we’re using a kitchen, so the kitchen is a good choice, but a kitchen is also a space that has lots of colour to match with the space.
To choose the appropriate wall for the kitchen as well, check the wall colour guide, and make sure the wall is light grey, green, yellow or blue.
Create and add the artwork to your wall piece.
You’ll need a piece that’s wide enough to fit all of your wall colours, and that’s where the art comes in.
When creating your wall, you want to find an area that will be easy to access from all points of view, so try and choose a spot where your artwork won’t distract the guests from the decor.
To get a sense of how wide the wall should be, check your wall colour chart