Abstract murals are a real must have for any modern design lover. They are timeless and universal decorations, which can be used in any type of interior. What's more, they serve as expressions of one's love for unique and beautiful design and a clear reference to the history of art. Since the dawn of humanity, artists attempted to recreate reality as faithfully as possible, which can be seen when looking at Lascaux cave paintings. Only in the 20th century did artists abandon traditional thinking and start searching for something more. We also want something more, that's why we choose wall murals! Abstract designs are a great way to visually enlarge a space and make it appear more spacious than it actually is.
The most characteristic feature of abstract murals is that they don't depict anything real or tangible. Because abstraction doesn't try to mimic anything in particular it is truly universal and timeless, just like our wall murals! Abstract images inspired by the greatest masters of non-objective art, such as Malevich, Kandinsky, or Pollock will be perfect as decorations for any interior in your home. However, remember that modern arrangements are not the only spaces where you can use a wall mural. Abstraction will work equally well in more classic interiors. Art always likes experimentation and combining seemingly contrastive elements. If you're able to find a common denominator between designs, e.g. corresponding color schemes, there is no reason why you couldn't attempt to create such an avant-garde composition.
Wall decorations based on abstract high art come in two main types: geometric and non-geometric. Depending on the overall arrangement of your interior, you should choose a different abstract mural.
GEOMETRIC ABSTRACTION This category, as its name suggests, includes all murals with abstract compositions based on geometric shapes and figures. Some of the notable examples here include the works of Piet Mondrian or Kazimir Malevich, known for his revolutionary painting "Black Square." Our geometric designs will work wonders in modern interiors, which feature delicate furniture, such as a rounded sofa or upholstered chairs with soft cushions. It will be easy to find a mural that matches such a combination. The sharp, angular, geometric shapes will serve as a perfect counterbalance for the delicate furniture. Together, the two designs will create a harmonious whole.
NON-GEOMETRIC ABSTRACTION This category features softer lines, irregular colorful spots, and discernible brush strokes, which are all characteristic for particular genres of art. One of the most intriguing types of non-geometric abstraction is the so-called action painting represented by Jackson Pollock. He created his masterpieces by randomly throwing paint at white canvas to form colorful splatters. You can find similar designs in our 3D mural category. They work especially well as highlights for industrial-style interiors. Simple geometric furniture, bare brick walls, and chrome metal lamps will look incredible when combined with the soft lines of the murals.
The passion for art is often accompanied by the love of exquisite, sophisticated cuisine. But why not combine these two in a single place? Abstract murals can be successfully used in any kitchen. They will add a lot of stylish character to an interior which often lacks in decoration. The wide array of available designs will make it easy to find an appropriate mural for your unique needs.
Where else can you use 3D murals? Spatial abstraction is one of the best ways to decorate a small bathroom. The three-dimensional design will create an illusion of depth and make the interior visually larger, as if you added a few square meters. For cozy bathrooms, we recommend avant-garde designs in bright, cheerful colors.
If you're a true modern art lover and you'd like to wake up to the sight of modernist design, abstract murals are just the thing you need. The motif will fulfill all your artistic dreams. For decorating the bedroom you may want to use designs which incorporate delicate, pastel shapes, because more gaudy colors could make falling asleep more difficult.