How To Make Pop Art Interior
Home Decorating Trends 2018: Try Brand New Pop Art Interior
1. Pop art interior is becoming a growing trend for homes. How does it help up the decor of a house?
Throw a little (or a lot) of metallic in with any strong color, texture, or style, and you have hit upon the biggest trend of 2012 in home decorating. Pop Art, once used in advertising, product labeling and logos; is now the choice of next-gen… Once considered to be a luxury item, “art” has now been transformed to be made available in a myriad of materials. We can see art in wall and furniture finishes, leathers and vinyl, fabrics, lighting, accessories etc. Pop Art in Interiors is adding a nice bridge to the full abundance of neutrals by adding a bit of sparkle.
Pop art interior bends the mood for fun and active. The vibrant colors and their blends are best suited for high activity areas like living rooms, lounge, or entertainment areas. Pop Art also works well with kids or teenagers room, as it reflects their personality.
2. What is the best way to join pop art interior decor in homes-on furniture, over accessories or as wall art design?
You can choose from a lot of products. From cushions to wall colors; accessories to lights; bed coverings to rugs. Reflect your true personality….but your way. Follow no norms rule, and you will do a great job.
Graphics printed mirrors; traditional prints in larger scales & bolder colors; funky paintings; mix n match sofa upholstery and curtain; some offbeat accessories…and you have the “in thing”
Interior Pop! is a grand way of how people are using space as their canvases to express identity with greatest impact. Expanding on the pop art movement of the 1950’s and 60’s, designers are using bold and figurative graphics–reworking these ideas and their meaning within contemporary three-dimensional architectural spaces.
3. What should all one keep in mind while adding pop-art decor pieces in a room, to assure no major decor clashes?
Pop Art is the art that breaks the boundaries of art to a greater extent. In interiors, pop art interior is an experiment that is very enjoyable. But it will handle well. You must truly know the artist in you. Bold colors and cuts will blend well, or else they will have a devastating effect on the room. The room will look like a messed up color palette if the contrasting colors do not harmonize. If you are a beginner, try adding just a painting and a few funky accessories. But if you are well versed in the effects of colors, take bold steps. Try painting walls or changing soft furnishings.