Wall Decor

Wall Decor

A room never seems fully dressed without some form of wall decor. That's a large reason why our wall pieces are some of our best sellers. Whether you are enhancing an expansive great room or a small jewel of a powder room, your choice of wall decor will go a long way to establish the tone of the space. It will also create color contrasts, textural interest, and architectural interest. There are few things more beautiful to look at than antique and vintage wall decor. At EuroLuxHome.com, we've got a wide assortment of vintage style and antique wall decor. With so many new arrivals and special offers in our collection of room decor, you're bound to find something you love. From mid-century modern to antique brass, retro to antique bronze, we've got you covered.

Wall Art and more!  

If you choose some antique or vintage Delft plates from our online gallery, you will be making a very classic choice that never goes out of style. A grouping of plates will look especially charming, as the famous blue and white Delftware plates look pretty and fresh when displayed together. These vintage Dutch ceramic plates also portray delightful scenes that create a lot of visual interest. Typical scenes might be of windmills, a wedding feast, skaters on a frozen lake or other cheerful country settings. Decorative plates and plaques look especially wonderful in a kitchen or dining room. 

Tapestries are also an unusual choice that will work in any kind of space and any kind of decor. Our new hand-woven Aubusson tapestries are based on the famous pieces from French weavers in the 17th and 18th centuries. These delightfully romantic tapestries often depict pretty gardens and birds. David Michael tapestries show more dramatic scenes, such as hunting parties or a medieval lady and a unicorn. They are often based on original 16th century tapestries and they will look stunning in your Tudor or Renaissance style decor. 

Wall Art that Interior Designers long for!

We've got the rustic and modern wall art to turn your living room wall into your gallery wall. Maybe you'd like to decorate your entryway's blank wall with a painting, which we can provide. If you have photos you'd like to turn into the focal point of your space, we'd recommend some solid wood picture frames, with hangers to boot. Other wall accents for your home decor include wall clocks, which can greatly complement your shelving. If you're into canvas wall art, maybe a canvas print is what you need! Wall hanging art prints give guests something pretty to look at while you enjoy each other's company, and with the finishing touch a chandelier in the right place, it can entirely reshape your home! You could even decorate rooms such as your home office or laundry room to add beauty to practical places. 

Whether you're decorating your living, dining, or bathroom wall, we've got all the decorative mirrors, art sets and wall signs you need. From wood wall art to lighting for your bath, we hope to enhance your decor. 

Some of our wall art was created using watercolor, and we've got something to match almost any color palette, adding an impressionist glam to your home. 

Farmhouse Style and Rustic Decor

From wood frame wall art to quality candleholders, we've got some wall decor with a rustic vibe.

To add to that grand effect, you could also hang some antlers! These antlers are cast in resin but they look so realistic you would easily believe they came from a mighty stag. These would be excellent in your Western theme room or a hunting lodge or mountain cabin. Shadow boxes filled with butterflies are a good fit for a Victorian style home, reminding us of the golden days of specimen collectors, while decorative plaques depict all kinds of animals from horse heads to bear heads. With their hand-painted details and rugged appearance, the plaques add great architectural interest to a room as they look like antique carvings. 

Wall Decorations for any Style

Whether you're working with a large or small space, indoor or outdoor lighting, we've got you covered. A wall mirror could be a great way to reflect light, and a wall sconce could be a great way to create that light! Perhaps some wood panels, a gold leave, or some French Country Farmhouse Wall Decor can suit your needs! From small wall to large wall, and regardless of your interior design, your room can benefit from our antique style. 

Whatever you are seeking for your wall decor, we have a wide range of high-quality and unusual wall decor plates, plaques, and tapestries to capture your imagination! We can also provide decor options for your tabletop and wall shelf. The point is, you've got options with EuroLuxHome.com

If wall decor isn't your style, we've got plenty of other options available. From area rugs to headboards to bookcases to dining tables and more, we've got you covered. We've got all the trending furniture, and even some quality outdoor decor. You don't want to miss out!

Wall Decor FAQ

01 How much wall art is too much?

Allow at least four inches between frames; if they're any closer, the work will appear crowded.

02 How much of the walls should be covered in a room?

A basic rule of thumb is that you can decorate 60 percent of the space and leave 40 percent of the space blank. Even if you're hanging a painting or a cluster of frames behind your sofa, this guideline applies. The size of the painting should be roughly 60 percent of the sofa's width.

03 Does Wall Decor have to match?

It doesn't have to be identical. It's fine if the colour and lightness aren't the same. It'll still look good together.

04 Should I decorate every wall?

When it comes to decorating your walls, finding the right balance is crucial. Because empty space is an important part of design, you shouldn't feel compelled to decorate every wall. Trying to cram everything into every available place will make your room feel cramped, hectic, and disorganized.

05 How much wall art should I decorate my home with?

Wall art should occupy 60 percent to 75 percent of the available wall space, that is, the space not occupied by furniture or moldings. Start by measuring your wall's width and height, then multiplying them by 0.60 and 0.75.


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