Can anyone tell me the 2 primary colors in this piece. My screen shows them as blue and brown. Thanks
Metal and Wood Abstract Circle Wall Art Decor Plaque
Add this striking contemporary wall art décor anywhere in your home to create an instant conversation piece. This stunning, abstract metal and wood wall art features a unique blend of colors using different sized squares and circles as the canvas.
ITEM#: 14183750Eye-catching colors highlight this three-dimensional wall plaque. This metal art plaques feature abstract circle designs that gives any room a new meaning.
- Materials: Metal and Wood
- Finish: Multi-colored
- Hand-painted artwork
- Abstract circle design
- Easy to hang on the wall
- Dimensions: 17 inches high x 36 inches wide x 1 inch deep
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Just what we needed for over the large screen TV . Helps draw your eye away from big black hole. Love itRead More
Love this art piece. It looks great hung on wall and getting good comments about it.Read More
This piece caught my eye and looked exactly right for my new place. The color is accurate, but it is constructed very poorly. Just three plywood squares with some shabby quality badly welded, off-kilter circles tacked into it. The circle anchors are completely visible, and shavings still sticking out. One of the circles was even partway hanging off when I took it out. Even the packaging was sketchy. This one is going back!Read More
The picture showed a bit more blue than what there actually is, but there's enough for the accent piece I wanted.Read More
this looks just like the picture. The actual circles seem to be some sort of washer (like you see on nuts/bolts) but it adds a cool industrial vibe to the piece. Overall happy with the purchase and it is unique.Read More
This abstract art looks great on my milk chocolate accent wall. The colors complement the shade of brown and also adds a pop of color. The metal and wood design add dimension and it is a great visual.Read More
I really liked this piece. I ordered it to go over my fireplace but it was actually too small. But I found another area in my home for it and it looks lovely. THe colors are really beautiful and it looks great and expensive on the wall. Would definitely buy again.Read More
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Shades of blue and brown are the primary colors.
How to Decorate with 3D Wall Art
Three-dimensional art can be defined as both art that appears to have depth and art that is actually created using materials like steel, clay or wood. The latter is a popular option when decorating walls because it pops in ways that typical paintings and photographs can't.
Tips on Decorating with Wall Art
Turn any residence into a home with dazzling wall art. No home or apartment should suffer from barren walls. Instead of leaving walls naked, unique and creative wall art can grant your room a strong personality. By taking advantage of wall decor, you can create a new identity for your room without having to revamp your furniture or rearrange the room at all. Framed art can easily enhance every room of your house. Here are some ideas on how to use wall art to give your home an atmosphere that reflects your personality and style.
Tips on Displaying Abstract Art
Add bold color and visual appeal to any room of your home with abstract art. This type of artwork, which is characterized by slight or total divergence from realism and accuracy in art, can be stunning by itself or when grouped together in a home abstract art gallery. Whether you prefer abstract canvas art or framed abstract paintings, the following suggestions will help you hang your favorite art pieces in a visually pleasing way. Read on for tips on displaying abstract art.
How to Understand Abstract Art
The terms abstract art and modern art are sometimes used interchangeably to describe art that doesn't depict recognizable images. Although the two forms overlap, abstract art can actually be seen throughout many different movements, including cubism and fauvism. Abstract art can provoke emotion and convey ideas, but it can also be very polarizing because it is open to interpretation. Once you know the concepts and history behind abstract art, you may have an easier time appreciating it.
Tips on Arranging Wall Art
Wall art can make your home look as beautiful as an art gallery, but arranging your wall art like an art gallery can be harder than it looks. This guide will provide important tips to help make hanging art in your home easier. There are many different types of wall art and many different techniques that you can use to create an eye-catching arrangement on your walls. The following five simple rules will help you arrange your wall art like a master.
Best Wall Art for Your Home
Dress up a bare corner or add a pop of color to a room when you buy wall art for your home. Whether you want modern wall art to make a statement in your living room or simple, decorative wall art in your child's bedroom, the following suggestions will help you create a stunning art gallery throughout your home. Read on for tips on finding the best wall art.
Tips for Using Your Golf Irons
Before you can use your irons effectively, you need to understand what they are. In golf there are two types of clubs: woods and irons. The heads on woods used to be made of wood and the heads on irons used to be made of iron; both types of clubs can be made of metal these days, and steel has replaced iron as the most common material. Now that you know what irons are, read on for tips on how to use them on the course.
Best Wall Ideas for Baby's Room
With the arrival of your new baby drawing closer, you'll want to do everything you can to prepare, including furnishing and decorating the baby nursery. A baby nursery that is filled with all the right touches will give your infant a bright and beautiful place to start life. The wall decor can set the mood for the entire room, so start with art and decorations that are fun, interesting, unique and special. Wall art appliques. Removable wall decor appliques and decals offer some of the best ideas for a baby's room. Printed plastic and vinyl wall decals come in a variety of colors and designs. Opt for a themed collection of wall art images and create your own mural, which you can easily rearrange or remove as your child grows and you want to change the room. There are also decals that display words or phrases, such as well-known lines from nursery rhymes, prayers or beloved children's books. These look especially precious when posted on the wall above a baby's crib or cradle and can set the theme for the whole room. Framed art. As in any room, framed art can be the best way to add interest and beauty to nursery walls. Art is always personal, so choose a piece or grouping that speaks to you and your family. A lovely print of a mother and child or a toddler with a stuffed toy might move you, or you may prefer something whimsical and bright. If you have not yet settled on a theme or color for your baby's room, the perfect piece of framed art could be your best inspiration. Quilts. You have probably contemplated in great detail, if not already selected, the bedding for your baby's room. What you might not have considered is using a pretty quilt to decorate the wall. Quilts make lovely wall hangings and, with elaborate patterns and multicolor pieces, they let you tie together several colors in the room. Find a large quilt that harmonizes with your nursery decor or arrange several smaller ones in a delightful wall grouping. Letters. It has long been popular to decorate a nursery with letters. Spell out your little one's name with lovely, polished silver letters hanging from ribbons above the crib or use bright, colorful letters to showcase the alphabet or your little one's initials. You can add letters to your child's nursery in a variety of ways, from hand-painting them right onto the wall to utilizing lovely lettered wallpaper. View All Wall Decor Back to Guides Directory View All Wall Decor
Best Bookshelf Materials
It's not unusual for bookshelves to incorporate multiple materials for different features. If you haven't decided on wood, wood products, metal or glass bookshelves, look at their relative strengths and weaknesses. Look below to learn the best bookshelf materials. Wood: "Solid wood" is a common term for furniture made from lumber planks. Beware of making assumptions based on labels like "hardwood" and "softwood." Hardwoods are derived from deciduous trees and softwoods from coniferous trees; the terms don't connote their relative strengths. Balsa is a hardwood even though it is very soft, just as Douglas fir is a softwood even though it is very hard. They all make excellent, classic stock material for bookcases. Generally, harder woods are the heavier and more resistant to scratches. Still, softer woods, if treated correctly, will keep just as well as harder woods. Plywood: Made by stacking thin sheets -- "plies" -- of lumber and gluing them under pressure, plywood features grains that alternate direction for strength. Several grades are available, of differing cost. Top and bottom plies can be high-quality woods to create the appearance of fine woods, but edge veneer or molding is needed to complete the illusion. Particleboard: Wood chips glued together carry a much lower price tag than solid wood, and particleboard is denser and more uniform. It's a great choice when cost is the primary consideration. Bookshelves crafted from veneered composite boards can look and feel as good as real wood. MDF: Wood fibers, tiny chips and sawdust collected and glued into sheets form medium-density fiberboard (MDF). Low-cost MDF makes an excellent base for veneers; plus, its strength is consistent and it shapes well. Metal: There's a reason most library bookshelves are made from metal: Metal bookcases are resistant to moisture and fungus, their low-friction shelves are easier on books' bindings and metal's strength-to-weight ratio can't be beat. Their cost usually comes in below any other material. Glass: Glass bookshelves weigh more than other types, but if you plan on assembling your bookshelves only once, the style points can be well worth it. Tempered glass shelves (in wood or metal uprights, called "standards") give your home an unbeatable contemporary feel, and glass bookcases' smooth, transparent surfaces add brilliant levity to a decorating piece that might otherwise be notably opaque and heavy. View All Media and Bookshelves Back to Guides Directory View All Media and Bookshelves
Best Materials for Cabinets
After deciding on the purpose and room for your new cabinet, it's time to think about material. As with all furniture, you will want to select a cabinet material depending on what you plan to use your cabinet for, as well as your personal taste. Take a look below to learn about the best materials for cabinets. Wood: The majority of cabinets produced are created with hard wood. Wood cabinets can be found in both traditional and contemporary designs. If you are hoping for durability in addition to design, no cabinet looks better and lasts longer than one manufactured using a solid wood. Cherry cabinets offer a sense of classic luxury while holding up to years of use. Oak cabinets conjure up the feel of subtle country beauty, and maple cabinets can look bright, modern and chic. Metal: Metal cabinets are terrific for those looking for a modern touch in their homes; most metal cabinets have a very forward-looking aesthetic, so they are perfect for a contemporary home. Metal cabinets are also great for home offices. Obviously, metal offers great durability, but it is vulnerable to dings and dents. Keep in mind that most metal cabinets have sharp corners, making them slightly less suitable for homes with kids running around. Glass: If you have something you feel like showing off, nothing is better for display purposes than a glass cabinet. These cabinets are certainly more fragile than those made from other materials, but they offer something other cabinets can't: transparency. Many glass cabinets are manufactured with built-in lighting systems to exhibit whatever you choose to place in them. Because of their show-off quality, glass cabinets are perfect for places you expect guests, such as the dining room and living room. Particle board: If you are shopping for a cabinet on a tight budget, looking into particle board cabinets is worthwhile. Particle board is a relatively new material produced by pressing wood particles together, which is then bound with synthetic resin. Furniture created with particle board is almost always the least expensive option and also the lightest, but you will sacrifice some durability. If you plan to move often, a particle board cabinet could be an ideal option. View All Furniture Back to Guides Directory View All Furniture
How to Use Oil Pencils
If you love creating intricate sketches or adding lovely embellishments to scrapbooking pages, then you must try oil pencils. Oil pencils are like a combination of oil pastels and colored pencils. Made from oil, wax and pigment but encased in wood, these art pencils have the unique ability to give the artist versatility while also being easy to use. You can take your and works of art to a whole new level when you know how to use oil pencils.
Top 5 Materials for Bar Stools
Whether you need seating at a kitchen counter, breakfast bar or bar table, bar stools solve your seating crisis. Bar stools are available in many styles and come in leather, wood, plastic, metal and other materials. You can even find bar stools upholstered in fabrics of every color, which means that you can match any room in your home. With so many possibilities available, it's good to know what the top five materials for bar stools are in order to make a decision on what will work best in your home.
How to Choose the Best Wood Patio Set
A beautiful patio furniture set enhances a home's unique ambiance, but before purchasing a patio set, you must consider what style best suits you and your home. There are many great materials for outdoor garden furniture such as patio sets, with wood being a popular favorite. There are actually several beautiful and durable woods that make fantastic patio sets and accentuate the natural setting you're probably looking for in outdoor patio furniture.
How to Create a Home Art Gallery
If you enjoy visiting museums and looking at paintings, why not create an art gallery in your own home? Whether you prefer abstract art or tend to buy art with a classic feel, you can use the artwork you've purchased or created yourself to form a stunning, original art gallery in no time. Read on for tips on creating a home art gallery.
Tips on How to Fill Your Shelving
No house is complete without adequate shelving. There is no shortage of things to stock your shelves. But before you pack your shelving full of whatever junk you have laying around, why not use your shelving strategically to enhance your room decor? Packing shelving full of old magazines and ratty books might get them off the floor, but it sure does seem a waste of beautiful shelves. Whether you have wood shelves, wire shelving, wall mounted shelves, metal shelvingor bathroom shelves, here are some helpful tips on how to stock any shelving units with style.
5 Easy Ways to Make a New Home Cozy
You've unpacked all the boxes, moved the furniture into place, and hung some art on the walls. But somehow, your new house just doesn't feel quite right. Even with all the best finishes, a beautiful paint color, and the wood floors of your dreams, a new home needs a few more things to feel really cozy. If you need some help making your new place feel more comfortable, try a few of these tips.
How to Choose the Best Metal Patio Set
A beautiful patio furniture set enhances a home's unique ambiance, but before purchasing a patio set, you must consider what style best suits you and your home. Metal became a widespread and inexpensive furniture material during the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century. Metal outdoor patio furniture and patio sets are treated to resist rust, and many feature lattice or woven patterns to prevent water from pooling on the surface. Durable metal patio sets comes in a wide array of styles from vintage, with its curved legs and lacy patterns, to contemporary, featuring minimalist, angular lines. There are three main metals used to make outdoor patio furniture and three popular ways of forming and finishing those metals, both of which affect the look of your outdoor garden furniture. Read to discover the best combination for your new patio set.
How to Decorate with Oversized Art
When you have a big space to fill, oversized art can make the statement you're looking for. Whether it's an abstract painting or a haunting photograph, placing large art around your home gives it the sophisticated feel of an art gallery. This guide explores a few ways to decorate with oversized art pieces.
Types of Drill Bits
When you need to drill holes for an automotive or home improvement project, the right drill bits can make your life a lot easier. A wide array of drill bits have been designed for drilling wood, metal and other materials. Described below are several common drill bit types that you may find in drill bit sets or as power tool accessories that come with a cordless drill or drill press.
How to Care for Wooden Spoons
Wood has long been used for eating utensils, serving utensils and preparation tools. Wooden spoons are a cooking essential and also a beautiful addition to your kitchen and dining experience. On the practical side, these lightweight yet strong utensils are great for tossing salads and serving everything from mashed potatoes to green beans. Wooden spoons are also the perfect preparation tools for use with nonstick pans. Cleaning and general care of wooden spoons differs, however, from the cleaning and care of metal utensils. Wood expands in water, so soaking the spoons in dishwater is generally not advised. Aside from a few basic rules of care, however, it is not difficult to keep wooden spoons looking like new.
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