Types Of Wall Art For A Modern Bachelor Pad

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If you have gotten your own place and are looking to revamp your bachelor pad to make it everything you dreamed of, you are in the right place.

Most often, bachelor pads are associated with a certain quintessential look that includes piles of clothes, peeling walls, and an overall unkempt appearance. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With a little care and effort, you can have one of those dreamy bachelor pads that you often see in the movies. 

There are plenty of bachelor pad ideas that involve creating a chic space, with the top suggestion being choosing the right color palette to start and allowing ample time for the different pieces to come together as opposed to rushing into the furnishing and decorating process.

However, one of the best and easiest ways to design a modern bachelor pad that truly resonates with your personal style is by incorporating the right wall art. This is because adorning your walls has a certain magnetic power that tends to define the entire mood of a room.

This is why we have highlighted the different ways you can choose various types of wall art for curating the ultimate modern bachelor pad that is both unique and sophisticated. 

Let Your Entryway Wall Art Speak For Itself

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First things first, you need to make an impression by choosing impactful wall art for your entryway, sometimes known as the foyer

Ideally, it is recommended to hang your most quirky or eye-catching art pieces that make a bold statement. From minimalist movie posters to vintage posters of automobiles, old movies or your favorite music artist, you have the freedom to showcase your interest and personal aesthetic in this space.

This is the place that essentially sets the tone for your entire house, so it is best to carefully map out what kind of color tones and texture you are looking for. From acrylic prints to canvas wall art, make sure to glam up your space with one or two statement pieces. You can either have one large piece or display a bunch in sets of twos or threes.

If you have a console table or an ottoman, be sure to measure them and ensure that the art piece doesn’t exceed the width of the upholstery or furniture. Always try to maintain uniformity in terms of dimension and scale so that the art piece doesn’t seem too imposing in the allocated space. 

Add A Focal Point In Your Lounge Area

Next up is the living room area, where you are likely to spend most of your time either by yourself or with friends and family. It is important, therefore, to make it as dynamic as possible by choosing at least one large piece of wall art, ideally behind your primary lounge sofa.

If you have a neutral and understated ambiance, opt for bold and colorful pieces of art that bring out the character in the room. On the other hand, if you have an eclectic mix of furniture with bright fabrics, it is best to stay minimal and hang a set of similarly sized wall art pieces that blend in with the surrounding space. For example, you may want to display your favorite comic art poster covers or even your most loved movie stars. If you have an original vintage movie or theatre poster, this is the place to show it off!

When deciding on your living room wall art, it is best to calibrate exactly what you wish to achieve by hanging it on the wall. So depending on if you want to have it as a focal point or a subtle addition to tie the room together, only you can decide what looks best. 

A pro tip is to know that hanging your wall art isn’t the only way to display it. You can even have it framed and propped against a wall on a table. In case it is a large piece, you can even add a little flair to the room by allowing it to rest against the wall on the ground. Better yet, choose a mix of all three to style up your living room space.

Go All In While Choosing Wall Art For The Bedroom

Your bedroom is your personal sanctuary, which is why it deserves extra love and care. Always remember to hang something above your bed frame and around the room, for example, above your dresser or beside an armchair, if any. 

It is best to choose understated, abstract art pieces to adorn your bedroom walls. This is because your bedroom is supposed to be a place for relaxation and comfort. So choosing wall art that is subtle yet stylish is key. 

Some examples include soothing sceneries or landscape wall art. You may even opt for putting up inspirational quotes or your home city’s map if you feel nostalgic. Whatever you settle on, make sure the color and design seamlessly blend in with the rest of the room. You may even want to consider putting your favorite painting, photograph, illustration, or digital art from across the bed so that you wake up to it every day. 

 Spruce Up Your Bathroom Walls For A Personal Touch

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If you really want to impress your guests with your ability to have an eye for details, always make sure that you pay as much attention to your bathroom as the rest of the house. Whether it’s a powder room or your personal bathroom, try not to leave bare, boring walls. 

You can have witty and funny poster frames in your bathroom to add a personal touch. You may want to cover the entire wall with small glass framed wall art pieces or choose just one or two that really make you chuckle. Be sure to properly secure them with a high-quality frame so that they don’t get soggy or wet and are protected even at high temperatures during showers. 

Final Words

With the right wall art in the bachelor pad, we promise that you and your guests will have plenty to talk about! Always remember that your personal aesthetic should always be visible with the art you choose. We wish you the best decorating your pad with the right wall art!