Canvas Wall Art in Green Tones: Lush and Lovely
Canvas wall art in lush green tones can add a real sense of tranquility to your environment. Green is my second favorite color after orange…it is such a versatile color that comes in so many different shades and tones. Interestingly enough, green comes in just as many weird, funky shades as it comes in attractive ones.
You’ve got your dark pines all the way to your light and airy spring green…which is my favorite shade and I ended up painting one room in my home in that color. I think that particular shade was called “Key Lime Pie”.
Shades of green and vegetation go hand in hand, so it’s no surprise that art with flora, fauna and vegetation look really good in a room! I used to have one of those light-up canvases that was screenprinted with an outdoor forest scene…I forget if I put it in the closet or gifted it. Either way, it looked great hanging on my “key lime pie” wall!
If you are seeking to incorporate green hues into your wall decor the I have some excellent finds for your consideration.
Abstract and Modern Styles
Linear lines can give a clean look to your room and add a touch of angularity to break up the monotony of a blase room. Soft, gradient transitions evoke a serene feeling in your environment. With the possible combination of shades that can go together well, there’s plenty of hangable art to make a room come together.
I love this leaf pattern painting above I found on Wall26…..the way the leaves are arranged and yet they all look like they are different in tones.
Lush Green Garden Wall Art
Green vegetation …Anything that involves gardens, forests, or woodsy areas has a way of creating an atmosphere of tranquility and peace. Like this one with the bamboo and zen stones….doesn’t that make you feel like you’re in your sanctuary?
Perfect as an addition to your office, or whatever room in your home you want to make your place for mindfulness and peace!
Wall Art in Home Decor Staple: Sage Green
Sage is a nice subdued shade of green with a little bit of a brown undertone. It’s very popular in home decor as it blends well with and complements lots of other colors. I have 2 bathrooms and one of them I painted the walls a sage green. I also use dark and muted shades of yellow and orange for accessories as they look good together.
Sage is a very common color choice for items such as bedding, linen, curtains, and other accessories, so it’s only too true that this is a great shade to have in a work of art on the wall.
Now THIS is my idea of “going green”! Hope you enjoyed it; which of these do you want to incorporate on your wall today to bring out the joy and serenity of nature for you?