We have thousands upon thousands of artworks in our Zanui catalogue. When there are so many to choose from, it can be hard (read: impossible) to pick an absolute favourite. So, we’ve instead gone through and chosen some of our favourite types of wall art.
Check them out!
Abstract artworks are some of the most versatile and most popular of our wall art styles. There’s really no limit to these creative, expressive, and evocative designs, so if you’re unsure what style of wall art you’re looking for, abstract is a good place to start.
These artworks use blends of colour, different brushstrokes and textural marks, unusual shapes and fluid forms, and other intriguing visual techniques to create something that doesn’t specifically represent anything.
Rather, you see what you want to see in abstract art. The designs are open to interpretation and so can work in a range of interior styles, from the most glamorous to the most relaxed.
Living in Australia means we are surrounded by some of the most gorgeous coastlines in the whole world. We love that carefree beachy lifestyle, so, naturally, many of us are drawn to a coastal interior style. That, of course, includes artworks.
It’s pretty easy to spot a coastal artwork. Just look for things like a crystal blue ocean, foaming waves, beachgoers on the sand, coral, boats, surfboards… Oh, and coastlines.
The colours used in coastal artworks are often quite subdued. Think sand and white, mixed with a range of light and dark blue hues. These colours help to create the calm, tranquil, relaxed feel that a coastal interior should have.
That doesn’t mean that pops of red, yellow, and other vivid hues are totally missing from coastal artworks. These fun pops of colour are also a common feature of coastal artworks, usually found in the form of beach umbrellas or bathing suits!
Floral artworks are a classic choice in just about any home. There’s just something about floral and botanical artworks that make a space feel fresh and cosy. They exude elegance and romance. They also have a traditionally feminine quality about them, so they’re a great choice if you consider yourself a bit of a “girly girl!”
Many feature demure pastel tones, such as blush pink, lilac, mauve, and white. Artworks that use these colours will help to soften your space and create a sense of calm. Other floral artworks go bolder with rich, warm red or orange hues, which can really make your walls pop.
Photographs capture incredible moments in time, breathtaking scenery, and fine details we’d ordinarily glance over. No matter the subject matter of a photographic artwork, you can rest assured it will be mesmerising.
There’s a photographic print to suit just about every taste and interior style. Whether you like cars or animals or portraits of people, you’ll surely find something for you.