How to Use Wall Art to Create a Creative Mood in your Home or Workplace
adj. having the quality or power of creating, resulting from originality of thought, expression, imaginative
Are you making a sanctuary to create in?
Or would you simply enjoy relaxing surrounded by imagery of creativity? Either way, you can build a space which fosters creative thinking and projects by including unique and unusual pieces.
Neutrals or colours can work here.
Neutrals are a good base especially if you are creating with colour so you can be free to work with particular colour palettes without distraction.
Earth colours encourage creativity.
Studies show that blue increases productivity.
Orange boosts energy so is good for dance studios or places where you want to be actively creative.
Wall Art Subject Ideas
to make your creative space a peaceful sanctuary:
black and white photography
Creativity is a life-force.
“Draw the art you want to see, start the business you want to run, play the music you want to hear, write the books you want to read, build the products you want to use – do the work you want to see done.” —Austen Kleon
I believe we all have an inbuilt ability to create in some form. The more we fill our lives with creative inspiration, the more we will produce unique, interesting and satisfying projects.