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Embroidery on Walls in Interior Design

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Since ancient times, crafts, including embroidery, were used to decorate home interiors. Embroidery in the interior has not lost its relevance today. Such decor not only give individuality to the house, but also fills it with warmth. There are some rules of how to use embroidery in the right way to make the interior look attractive.

How to Refresh Interior with Embroidery on Walls

Embroidery in interior design

Embroidery in interior design

The embroidery composition should not be interfered with picture on the wallpaper. Interior color should be monotonous or with small patterns of quiet tones. Pastel colors are considered ideal.

On such walls embroidery in the interior, designed in the form of paintings looks beautiful. Subject of the embroidery must be suitable to the interior design. Bright embroidered still life paintings with a variety of fruits and vegetables are suitable for kitchen. And a variety of floral arrangements will look good in the bedroom or living room.

Selecting a location for the embroidered still life paintings placement on the wall depends on several factors: the theme of the pattern, size of the room, type of furniture.

For example, a large picture of the landscape can be conveniently located in the living room, giving the association of the view from the window. If there is one picture on the  wall, it must be set in the very best perspective.

For example, an embroidered picture of a vase with a small bouquet of flowers will look good near the edges of furniture, creating the illusion that the vase is put there. If the wall will have a few pictures, they should be grouped according to the composition.

Embroidery with horizontal pattern is better to locate on the eye level. The most important work is placed in the center to serve as a focal point of the interior.

It is better to create a model of the desired composition, and only after that place the embroidery on the wall.

Picturesque single works will look better in an expensive design and require space around them.

While locating several embroidered pictures in the interior, it is not necessary to select the same frames for them. The main thing is that they could blend with the overall interior.

If the room is decorated in Art Deco style, the embroidery will look good in frames of contrasting colors: white, black, silver.

While locating several embroidered pictures in the interior, it is not necessary to select the same frames for them. The main thing is that they could blend with the overall interior.

If the room is decorated in Art Deco style, the embroidery will look good in frames of contrasting colors: white, black, silver.

For rooms in Art Nouveau style baguette with architectural elements and golden color will look harmonious.

For the interior in the baroque style the decoration for a picture frame should be combined with stucco and interior drapery. Wooden frames will fit a rustic country style interior.

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One Response to “Embroidery on Walls in Interior Design”
  1. Andro Says:

    Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the great article!


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