Oriental Wall Decor Art
Transforming Your Home With
Oriental Wall Decor
The Orient retains a mystical, regal allure which is sometime
difficult to understand by some people. Whether you have been to any of the places in the Orient or not, it's
likely that you have marveled at some of its art from afar. Perhaps you even have some of the actual Oriental art
items in your own house, displayed as wall decor.
If you are considering decorating any space in your house,
Oriental wall art might be among the best walls decorating suggestions available. Several well-chosen works of art
carefully placed in your preferred room, or around the house, will give you a good aura of elegance, tranquility,
mystery and fulfilment. Even if you just hold the passing desire for such an art, you might find it a pleasant
change to your home decor.
Elephants are often used in Asian art, be it for
(such as the above Lotus Sunrise design), tapestries, or ceramic
Oriental art variety
From Far East dragons to koi fish, samurais to geisha ladies,
the variety of symbols and images that Orinetal wall arts portray can be staggering and incredible. It's not
unusual or coincidental that whenever people start considering different wall designing ideas, they frequently
discover that Asian style artwork offers the most choice and often the best choice to them. There's something
unique and different about Asian art, which often ends up being a good conversation opener.
Sri Lanka multi-panel artwork
Probably the best known forms of Oriental wall art may be the
multi-panel artwork. This is exactly as the name suggests - an artwork item that consists of 4 or more inidvidual
panels or sections. Each panel portrays a different picture, but together they're part of an overall theme. A bit
like a mosaic or an assembly that fits well together - the pieces form an interesting picture when looked at from
The multi-panel artwork images could be those of Oriental
characters that form a story, or colorful images from Asian gardens, including blossoms. As well as adding more
variety to your walls decor, these pictures can be placed on your wall together, or apart. They can be also
distributed throughout the house as individual items, or placed on each wall in one of your chosen
These Oriental wall art slide paintings from Sri Lanka are visually spectacular. They tend to be painted on rice paper and sometime on
stronger materials. Working well together or individually, these artwork pieces can also convey a particular
concept, philosophy, or theme.
Regardless of what your own wall designing ideas are, you might
find an interesting and refreshing change of style that Oriental wall decor provides. There are plenty of options
available out there and it's only a matter of choosing something that suits your style and taste. Regardless of
what you might chose for your wall decor, Oriental art pieces will be good conversation starters in your
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