Textured wall art — you’ve either had one, seen, or even tried to DIY one. If you didn’t grow up during a time when the 90s interior design trends were around, then this is probably the first time you’re seeing these wall “sculptures.”
Do you plan on having a piece of textured wall art for yourself?
What’s Great About Textured Wall Art
As the decor suggests, textured wall art adds “texture” to your plain wall. The 3D patterns also add depth and a portion of a home decoration that doesn’t have to be maximalist in nature. Many re-emerging pieces come in plain colors — the ones found on Etsy usually come in white and simple patterns like waves and arches.
If you have an accent wall that’s painted in a bold color or a wallpaper with an intricate pattern, then a plain white textured wall art piece might essentially be all you need in that space of your home.
Where to Find it
You can find textured wall art pieces in online stores like Etsy and Amazon. You can also take a look at home furnishing specialty stores like Pottery and Barn, Bed Bath & Beyond, Crate and Barrel, Anthropologie, and many more — it’s trending so almost every home furnishing business has their own versions of its 3D wall art pieces. If you’re on a budget, you might as well thrift it.
If you have artistic skills and a knack for uniqueness, you can also opt to DIY.
Other Trendy 2023 Interior Design Ideas
Those who unlocked the joy of working remotely can definitely benefit from having a comfortcore motif throughout their abode. But even if you don’t work from home, you can still go for a comfortcore type of house — nobody likes a home that’s not cozy in the first place anyway!
If you have a fairy realness fantasy, live the dream. If you’re still stuck in the Taylor Swift Folklore era, blare it. If you want to be one of the ASMR TikTok and YouTube DIY influencers, then be a cottagecore guy or girl. Many of the cottagecore furniture pieces can be found in thrift stores — no need to shell out a lot for this aesthetic.
Textured wall art isn’t the only type of interior design piece that’s making a comeback. The mid-century modern aesthetic, too, is making its way back into houses. Think of mid-century modern as a blank canvas — you can make it fancy, you can make it fun and funky.
To Sum Things Up…
Both new and old interior designs are ready to belong in many American (and worldwide) homes this 2023. Whether you’re a fan of a formal mid-century modern motif, or you want a minimalistic but eye-catching textured wall art design, you can get one or two — or a whole home remodeling if you want to. There are no dictated rules in interior design — and there are certainly no limits when it comes to how you want to stylize your house. The possibilities are endless!
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