Whether it’s a show-stealing canvas or a subtle poster, there’s always room for some white wall art. A super sophisticated colour, it works by itself or with pretty much any colour scheme, making this a dreamy wall art colour to play with. Its versatile nature means you can’t really go wrong, so don’t worry about playing to any rules.
Be careful when choosing where to hang your white wall art. Rooms like the kitchen can get a lot of wear and tear, due to the high volume of people passing by. Our advice is to hang your wall art away from cooking surfaces that could get some food splashback in the kitchen, whilst the spot of wall above the TV in your living room is usually protected against drink spillages.
Remember, if all of the above is getting you hot under the collar, layering and pairing several white wall art prints and canvases is a great idea. Sharp geometric designs go fabulously with more detailed portraits of animals and people – after all, a home is a tranquil place and you don’t want too much over stimulation. We also recommend pairing geometric patterns with celestial sky art prints and beach canvas prints. The balanced nature of geometry makes for a soothing choice of wall decoration, so add other peaceful prints for the ultimate relaxing pad.