In ancient times, a relief was carved into the wall as a decoration. These days, walls are plastered until flat. It can be difficult to find a decoration with a classic look or with a nostalgic atmosphere to place on the wall or in the window.
Antique wood carvings are very appealing. Antique Style Web Store sells a stunning piece of artwork that was carved out of wood and has Acanthus leaves; it is perfect for in the windowsill. Another interesting window decoration is a Tiffany window panel. Tiffany is made of Favrile glass (white glass molten with brightly coloured glass). This type of glass art resembles stained glass in many ways. A suncatcher can be ordered in many different colours, shapes and sizes. A Tiffany panel can exist of multiple parts. Let the sunlight shine through these stunning decorations and add warmth to your interior!
An interesting and impressive tapestry/gobelin by Klimt, Leonardo da Vinci or Vincent van Gogh can be selected as a wall decoration. For centuries, tapestries have been used as a piece of jewellery and acoustic upholstery for walls. This type of wall decoration is stunning for a castle, monument, authentic building, restaurant, office or just for the walls of a newly built home. With the help of refined techniques, a certain feeling or story is told. The tradition of using weaving to create an image dates back to the time of the Egyptians. A tapestry is hand-woven, and the weft exists of short pieces that are only as long until the colour is switched again. Admire one of these pieces of art for yourself. An original decoration that withstands the test of time…..
An antique wall coat rack or simply a gold hook. Supple round shapes made of metal that have a sense of style. It goes without saying that these options can hold coats, but also decorative materials (such as dried flowers, scented sachets or nice hats).
Have a historic moment with the wall candlestick Sconce, based on the original in the Doge of Casa Grande.
Wall clock Sunburst is both sunny and explosive. It is also a stunning wall decoration that definitely stands out. Clocks have continuously been developed over time. They have been around for 7 to 8 centuries. The biggest development has been to let the clock hands move. The oldest and most decorative part is the clock face that was and still is often painted or engraved.