3-D Wall Art For Your Home

3-D Wall Art For Your Home

<p>3-D Wall Art For Your Home</p>

Walls come alive with 3-D art. Turn a wall into a display; make a statement. Whether it is made of vinyl, plaster, clay, metal, wood, or some other medium such as paper, I’m seeing more and more interesting wall art. Have a look at these and have inspired to turn a wall into an expression of your personal style!

West Elm

Cosmetic Bowl Wall Art – $99

Woven grasses create great feel on a wall when multiple pieces are grouped together. I have used these pieces on a large wall space. They’re easy to hang and seem to be flying off the shelves of West Elm.

LDa Interiors & Architecture

You can create a free-flowing, whimsical feel with little 3-D art spread along the wall.

Annette English

Tiles of different shapes, patterns and color look good pulled together in a rectangle or square.

It’s The Little Things…

Make your own art and showcase it in a huge way, as this smart person did. To observe how she created this one-of-a-kind slice, just click here.

Thrifty Decor Chick

I adore the notion of putting 3-D art in wall sockets. You may have a lot of fun for this, painting the box a contrasting color to the rest of the wall, then incorporating in metal art. Metal art is popular at this time and are available anywhere.

CIH Design

Tall 3-D art is a fabulous focus above a couch. It pulls the rear of the couch up toward the ceiling. When you utilize wood you immediately get a warm impact, making a comfy seating area.

Dube Fine Art Design Studios

Ceramic artist Katherine Dube creates amazing wall sculptures with subtle colours that trick the eye, appearing to scale up the wall in spins and turns. Click here to read Becky Harris’ interview with the artist and her creative procedure.


Umbra Wall Flowers Place – $19.99

Produce a whimsical feel utilizing these Umbra Wallflowers. Bunch a few of these together, then add more to make waves and spirals. Should you use white 3-D art, you can choose a monochromatic look in this way, or paint your wall a deep color for contrast. Use them in a nursery or kid’s bedroom to make a fairy tale, wonderland-like space for new curious eyes!

Insert 3-D flying butterflies too, taking off toward the ceiling. I have used butterflies out of Umbra. It was really easy to set them on the wall. They come with very little push pins. I pushed small metal thumbtacks to the wall in which I desired the butterflies, then attached the chills to the thumbtacks by magnet. Check out all the Umbra wall decor here.

Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

If you’ve got a wall that gets direct sun, or have lights directed at a wall, then hang artistic shapes off the wall for exquisite shadows.

sarah & bendrix

Display shapes within a contour! This heart is made of lots of paper hearts. The texture and color in this shape create a loving small place in a room.

SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.

These stunning sculptures are just”hanging around.” Whenever you have such fantastic figures on your wall you don’t require other d├ęcor.

Hint : If you are placing heavy pieces on a wall make sure you use the correct hanging equipment. Don’t be scared to ask questions in the gallery or store where you are buying the art, or from your local hardware store.


This 3-D wall mural made of pottery is amazing. Large scale 3-D art creates a enormous impression. You may look at it over and find new items.

Creative Decor by Mandi

The cutest 3-D wall art! Inspiration that may come out of anything.

Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC

These film reels are an ideal match for a media room. Pier 1 Imports has them in large sizes. The round shape works really nicely with the horizontal stripes.

Tracery Interiors

Use 3-D art in a niche for a big impact. The alcove frames the piece, which makes it feel large and important.

KuDa Photography

Masks are great 3-D art to hang on a wall. You may even try hanging hats, along with whatever else you love and accumulate.

Moon Design + Build

It’s a climbing wall, and a work of art! Both functional and fun to check at.

What do you come up with for your own wall?

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