Martial arts is any form of self-defense specifically of Japanese and other East Asian region origin. Over the years, it has become popular among people of all ages. While technically considered as a skill, it is a form of art too. For martial arts practitioners, it has not only become a hobby or interest for them, but as a way of life.
With this popularity, martial arts is integrated in the way of life that it has even been an integral decorating essential for fans of it. Yes, martial art-themed wall arts are now gaining popularity too. If you’re a fan of martial arts, and you’re thinking of including it in your interior design, here are some helpful tips:
DETERMINE THE MARTIAL ART-THEMED WALL ART YOU WANT
There are many different types of wall art with martial arts theme. There are wall decals, canvas prints, wall posters, and wall plaques. Before anything, decide on the wall art you’re going to use. You can mix and match wall arts, but make sure that it does not overlap with each other.
Most of these items are readily available in-store and online. For example, you can purchase posters online easily, but carefully select the supplier to get a high-quality poster. It’s always the quality that can make or break the aesthetics of your wall art.
The same can be said with the other wall arts you choose. For posters, canvas prints and wall decals, it’s the resolution and paper quality that matter the most. For the wall plaques, it’s the workmanship.
IDEAS FOR ARRANGING THE WALL ART
If you’re decorating with posters and/or canvas prints, look for ideas on how to arrange it on your wall space. It’s not enough that you’ll just hang it, think of ways to hang it aesthetically.
A large wall poster can flawlessly fit into a wall space for a centerpiece. For smaller wall spaces, maximize the area by using smaller-sized posters clustered together. Mix 3D elements into the cluster by framing some posters, then clipping some, and just tucking some too. If you decide to frame posters, pick the frame carefully from the quality to design, everything should all come together.
For canvas prints, you can do the same ideas as with the wall posters. Alternatively, a wall art is not necessarily a requirement. Get creative with canvas prints by putting it up on an easel and letting it stand on a space in the room.
For wall decals, make sure that the decals are proportional to your wall space. Pick decals that also complement with the wall color and the entire theme of the room. You can make it stand out without being tacky.
For wall plaques, you can hang it by itself. Or, if you’re a bit on the adventurous side, take a few wall posters and some canvas prints, then create a gallery wall art.
Martial arts-themed wall arts are a great addition to any interior design styling. Let these wall arts bring a fresh new look to the usual decors. Showcase your love for the martial arts while achieving a homey vibe to your interiors now!