If you want to instantly change the look and feel of a space, simply freshen up your walls with art. I did a quick makeover in my living room by replacing a trio of botanicals with one large canvas and I love it.
I’m always itching to update my walls with fresh art and although I loved the look of the three prints hanging above the couch, I was craving a beach feel for the summer. When my daughter and I spotted this large boardwalk beach canvas we knew it was perfect for the living room wall at the cottage.
About this beach canvas:
Since this is a cottage living room and the weather has been gorgeous I thought I’d bring the outdoors inside for a relaxed beach feeling. Blue is an excellent color to decorate with in the summertime since it’s fresh, relaxing, and crisp-looking, especially when paired with white walls and couch. I added a blue throw, a floral pillow and seashells to complete the summer beachy style.
About these three botanicals:
The look is nature-inspired, tranquil, and soft looking. The wooden frames tie in nicely with the dark coffee table and floors. I punched up the look with colorful pillows that matched the bright colors in the floral prints. I left the same amount of spacing between each frame for a nicely balanced wall display.
Just to be clear, there’s no right or wrong look — they are both gorgeous. It was just time for a change and switching up art and accessories is an easy way to update a room without having to spend much money.
The couch, the rug and the coffee table stayed the same. Since any room can benefit from a little touch of black (just like an outfit), I added in a tad of black via the throw cushions.
If you’re thinking of trying a look like this, I’ve shared the steps on how we hung the 3 prints over the couch – it wasn’t as difficult as you might think.
Which look is your favorite? The botanical or the beach?
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