Turquoise and Red Wall Art Ideas
If you’re looking for some turquoise and red wall art you’ve come to the right place! Turquoise and red are the best color combination – they go together like PB & J, like ice cream on a hot summer day, like peas and carrots! If any part of your home is already in this color scheme,and you’re seeking the right kinds of canvas paintings to go with it, we have some new ideas for you.
I love red, and use it a good deal with accent pieces – alongside orange, which looks great in small doses since orange is a vibrant color just like red. I have light orange terra cotta walls, and red and orange art both complement them, but if I wanted to change some of my art to get a fresh new look, I wouldn’t think twice about incorporating red and turquoise paintings!
When I went seeking, I visited several online venues and found that Zazzle had the best selection of them all. What’s better, is you can customize whatever backdrop the artwork is printed on. Don’t forget, check for promo codes first as they have them often – Now presenting the art!
Turquoise and Red Wall Art For the Kitchen
Let’s start with the kitchen – as it can be a great place for one great piece of art to dramatically improve the look and enhance its overall appearance. Many kitchens today include little niceties like a coffee bar,and a lot of java enthusiasts – myself included…enjoy the thought of dressing it up a little with a cute rustic looking wooden sign to hang before the ol’ maker and mug collection.
Here are several I found that had the best color combos and I think would definitely dress up your kitchen’s coffee station very well.
If you have a large enough kitchen that just needs a special touch of color, I was able to find these below. The red rooster on an aqua backdrop would look great in a more country-style kitchen. Fruit art looks great in a kitchen, being a food and all… especially a red one like watermelon, strawberries or cherries, looks totally dope on a blue-green backdrop!
Red and Turquoise Paintings For the Living Room
Depending on the theme you’ve used to decorate your living room you can accentuate it with a beautiful work of canvas art with red/orange/turquoise/aqua shades. Abstract patterns, like the chevron below, and florals are good choices that will usually complement the fussiest home furnishings.
Red and Turquoise Art with a Southwest Flair
Nothing says Santa Fe style like the colors – red, orange, turquoise...I’ve been to the Southwest on vacation and got to see a LOT of unique and interesting art…paintings as well as clay pots. Turquoise jewelry is in huge abundance out there so I know why this color is so popular.
But even better, you can add a little Southwestern flair to your home if you’ve already incorporated themes like deserts, cacti, Native American symbols and art in your domicile. I especially love this one with the saguaro cacti here against a beautiful red-coral sky!
So there you have it, TWO colors, and many ways to incorporate them! whatever style your enjoy or use the most, there is bound to be a work to hang on the wall that will make your room come alive with color.