Guinea Fowl by Sally Parkin

Finding the right art to match the style of your home can be difficult, especially considering how fast trends change and how quickly things go out of style in the world of design. Whether you’re looking to add a bit of extra colour to your bedroom or find a feature piece for your living room, it’s important to find the right artwork that fits into your home and matches your personal taste.

With so many new interior design trends popping up this year, you may be struggling to find the right artwork for you. To help you out, we’ve taken a look at some of the latest trends and suggested a number of paintings that match them perfectly.

Nature

Simply Grass by Susan Wooler
Simply Grass by Susan Wooler

Indoor plants have made a huge comeback this year in the world of interior design as more people are filling their space with greenery. The key to this trend is to minimise wall colours and use plants and simplistic accessories for the accent colour. White walls are a good call and will help to make the plants and artwork in your room pop.

This piece by one of our talented artists, Susan Wooler would make a perfect addition to an office or kitchen that has been designed with light, clean colours. Simply Grass was created using oil paints and features a modest collection of colour tones that are intriguing yet simplistic. The sharp brush strokes make this a beautiful peace that would accent a lightroom perfectly.

 

Industrial

Guinea Fowl by Sally Parkin
Guinea Fowl by Sally Parkin

Many interior designers are ripping away the clean veneer of plaster and paint to reveal a more raw and industrial style. Bare brickwork and exposed wood have become very popular over the last year, especially in family homes and studio apartments. If you prefer the rustic look of exposed brickwork, you’ll love this piece by Sally Parkin. Guinea Fowl is a unique black and white piece that has been created using a lino print. The bold contrast and harsh lines create a simplistic and raw image which would fit perfectly on a brickwork or plaster wall.

 

Vintage

Amsterdam In The Evening by Irina Rumyantseva
Amsterdam In The Evening by Irina Rumyantseva

The vintage trend has made waves in all corners of every creative industry. From clothing and fashion to art and interior design, the world has started looking backwards and rejuvenating trends of decades gone by. More people are beginning to choose classic furniture and vintage décor to give their homes a new look and we have plenty of art to match this style.

Amsterdam in the Evening is a wonderful piece by Irina Rumyantseva which offers a beautiful impressionist depiction of a gorgeous Amsterdam strip at night. The elegant shapes and rich colours make this a perfect match for a vintage bedroom. All it’s missing is a luxurious frame to finish it off.

Go big

N’Veintitres by Amanda J Aspinall
N’Veintitres by Amanda J Aspinall

As more people are realising the benefits of using artwork to decorate their homes, interior design is becoming more reliant on amazing artists to provide quality work. A popular trend now being adopted is to use extra-large paintings as opposed to a traditional painted feature wall. N’Veintitres by Amanda J Aspinall would make a perfect piece for any living room or home gallery. The vibrancy of this piece will bring your room to life and is sure to be a talking point.