Design Trend: Layers and Dimensions
When it comes to design, layers and dimension always play a role, whether they are addressed intentionally or not. However, these design aspects are predicted to be an intentional focus in 2024 as homeowners seek accessible ways to add their own personal style and character to their homes. One less obvious or conventional way to add an element of layers or dimension to your space is through art! Queue our featured collection for February - Layers & Dimension.
Drawing inspiration from this collection, below are our staff recommendations and how we would style some of our favorite “layered” prints.
> For a Large Living Room Wall
Triptychs create an interesting focal point while also covering some serious surface area. One of our favorite new “layered” triptychs is shown below, printed on aluminum.
> For the Minimalist
Understated layers and color pairings can add just the right level of interest to complement more minimal interiors, like the two-tone image below.
> For a Tranquil Beach House
Soothing blues and greens, serene ocean abstracts and light and airy beach scenes are great ways to infuse some tranquility into your beach house style. We’re especially partial to prints featuring abstract waves like the one featured here.
> For a Small Space
Sometimes overlooked, small nooks or spaces above smaller pieces of furniture are often great spaces for adding some layers and dimension. And as a bonus, since these smaller prints tend to be quite affordable, you can change them out seasonally as a fun way to refresh your space.
> For an Architectural Element
Prints featuring architecture can be a great way to add dimension and interest to a blank wall. Bonus points if the print features one of your favorite buildings from travels abroad, as this helps bring a sense of personality and nostalgia to your space.
> For a Bold Coastal Interior
Move over serene blue-greens and shades of beige, we’re seeing potential for more dramatic colors as an unexpected take on coastal style. Like this print below featuring some pretty bold shades of orange and navy. Staff tip: adding a white frame to bolder coastal prints can help tone down the drama and allow them to blend more easily into more contemporary coastal styles.