Pick From A Huge Selection Of Star Home Decor TypesThe Abstract Background With Sun And Stars design is available in a variety of decor goods from wall tapestries, to bed blankets, to rugs and curtains, and even custom size backdrops or bath towels.
Style Your Entire Rooms DecorEntire Star themed collections are available for your bedroom, bathroom and almost any room in your house. What about a new look for your kitchen?
Personalize This DesignLet us change the main color or any color within this pattern to ANY shade you desire. We can also digitally add a unique message anywhere within the design. Our personalization choices are nearly limitless. Let us customize the accessory objects or the central object within this specific Abstract Background With Sun And Stars pattern.
Show Off Your Style with Star Wall DecorRemember that view when you first entered a room and how exhilarating and a little surprising it was to experience the huge gaping space? You likely started envisioning your TV, your coffee table, your sectional, and chairs. Sometimes, it’s hard to envision your walls as open space. You may think your room feels stuffed already with other things. However, there is plenty of a space for Abstract Background With Sun And Stars wall art.
The trick to wall art is not just knowing what to hang, but how to hang it. Your wall art is meant to be an extension of your space without overdoing it. When installing wall art, think about your area. Art shouldn't always be centralized in a room, but rather, placed around current decor. For example, a big piece should be centered above a spacious piece of furniture, such as your entry table or sectional. Also, wall decor should be hung so that the middle of the wall art hits at eye-level for the average person. Does your existing room decor keep you from accomplishing that? It could be best to discover a new space to install your art.
Decor Tip - Add Height In A Petite Room With Vertical LinesA clever method to add height in your bedroom is to utilize vertical lines in the layout of your room. This works effectively because the pattern draws the eye upward, providing the impression of height that isn’t actually there. You can use either wide or narrow lines to compliment the overarching theme of your area. However in this case, refrain from using horizontal lines.
“Only when the design fails does it draw attention to itself; when it succeeds, it’s invisible.” John D. Berry