Wall Art


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Looking for something a little different to put on your wall? Today I’ve been looking into some different accessories which can be used to add interest to a wall:



This screen from Lombok has been intricately carved from Mango wood into a unique and decorative design. To enhance the design Lombok have stained it lightly to add a variety of colour to the piece. It would make an interesting addition to any room!



Another lovely item produce from Lombok is their tree-inspired wall art. This piece would look gorgeous and be an amazing feature to place in a lounge or dining room, perhaps. The piece is beautifully put together through 123 separate hand welds and nickel plated. All of the leaves have been replicated by hand.

If you have a really plain wall add some life and texture to it with these Umbra Wall flowers from Red Candy. This set of 25 wallflowers will help to add an extra dimension to your wall, some texture and a little energy to what could be quite a bland wall!

There is a lot to choose from the Umbra selection such as these delightful and delicate little butterflies!


If you’re looking for something a little simpler + perhaps more cost effective then I suggest this sign from Tesco’s. I adore the font; its simple but it stands out and would look great in a guest loo or entrance hall …


This 3 piece set from Terry’s Fabrics is a little more glamorous and girly

This striking set will definitely add an impact and create a focal point in any modern setting!



Finally in my round up of great wall art pieces I’ve seen, whilst having a browse on the internet today, I’ve found these gorgeous vintage french pictures by Lilly & Lime. They can be purchased from Not On The High Street.com. This is a site I’ve recently come upon and it has some great home decor accessories  at wonderful prices. Worth taking a peek at during your lunch hour!

Hope this has provided you with some inspiration for those bare walls!

The Design Fairy x

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  1. HeadSprung! Reply September 28, 2012 at 12:23 pm

    That Lombok screen is fantastic and very reminiscent of wooden carved screens that were used in traditional family houses in India and Pakistan. Cant wait to get my hands on these. Thanks for posting!


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