When it comes to making your space look magazine ready nothing will finish the look of your home like adding art and wall décor. When shopping for wall décor, first consider the function of the room. If you are shopping for a calm room (bedroom, bathroom), try to keep the wall décor in the same relaxed vein.
“Take on a really fun and fresh approach”
A large sunburst mirror always looks chic centered over a master bed, while a painting featuring soft hues (like Mobilia’s PURE picture) looks perfect in a master bath. In a smaller powder room or half bathroom, I would suggest having a little whimsical fun. Gather a number of frames (mix and match styles) and place quirky family photos in them. Have them run up the wall of the powder room (perhaps on top of fabulous wallpaper).
Wall décor in living and dining spaces can take on a really fun and fresh approach. I was just in the Mobilia store in Markham and fell in love with the NORI artwork. This would look amazing in a dining room. It would also work in a living room where I would mix it in with some framed photographs and one or two pieces of artwork.
Unique mirrored or metallic pieces can also really finish a room. The GALVA wall décor set would complement a space that has a mid-century vibe. The NEIVA has an industrial look to it. It would look perfect in a city loft. One bonus to using mirrors is immediately visually expanding your space.
Janette Ewen, Interior stylist and The Style Blog collaborator (at Mobilia, we just LOVE everything she does!)
From her start as an MTV set stylist to her successful career as a designer, design editor, TV host and ambassador for brands such as Moet, Mobilia and PANDORA Jewelry, Janette has continually sought to entice audiences to design their own eclectic experiences and celebrate life to the fullest. Janette’s personal mantra “stay interested, be interesting” guides her exciting life—full of design, travel and creation. Janette’s adventures and passion for style and good taste have been featured in the LA Times, Nylon Magazine, The Globe and Mail and House and Home magazine.
As a design partner at Parker Barrow Design studio, Janette is “over the moon” to be creating spaces that would find a happy home in her fast-paced, whimsical life.
Janette’s fans enjoy keeping up with her adventures through her popular social media pages including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Her blog “gojette” is a go-to for trends setters and tastemakers alike. In her spare time Janette loves traveling, rally car racing and hiking throughout North America.