Nothing changes a room like a beautiful piece of art. A carefully chosen poster or print can elevate your surroundings and transform the feeling of a room. But how do you find the perfect piece?
Amazon is making it easy for shoppers to pick the perfect wall art for their space – be it a living room, dorm room, doctor’s office, or even a classroom. Through its brand new Posters & Prints Program, Amazon is bringing stunning wall art ideas right at your fingertips, all through a simple keyword search. And since art curators include everyone from expressive teenagers to experienced interior designers, Amazon has teamed with Shutterstock to create a storefront with thousands of professional images in various categories, ready to be customized and printed right through the Amazon platform.
Read on to learn how to select art for both public and private spaces with the new Shutterstock collection on Amazon.
Startups are places of bustling innovation, where employees feel empowered to come up with ideas that disrupt the status quo. Art on these walls should encourage this line of thinking, while supporting the 24-hour hustle of startup life. Try warm colors like red, orange, and yellow to bring energy to a space. While there are countless subjects to display, think about ones that symbolize the same inventive and eclectic nature of the startup, like airplanes or a city skyline.
In a corporate office, there’s more foot traffic, and therefore more eyeballs on the wall art. The aesthetics should reflect a conducive working environment, but this doesn’t mean the artwork has to be bland. Draw inspiration from the work itself – collaboration, teamwork, achievement, and ambition are all principles that can guide the wall art in an office. Universal subjects like wildlife can appeal to a wide audience and act as visual metaphors for these values.
The doctor’s or dentist’s office can be filled with anxious patients, but wall art can go a long way to calm their nerves. Select images in blues and greens – these shades are universally connected to sky, water, and nature, bolstering their calming abilities. In fact, nature is a great subject to choose for waiting room art – think sunny beaches or forest scenes that help patients escape somewhere more relaxing in the minutes before their appointment.