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Home Trends For 2021 What wall art is trending?
As with the beginning of every new year but – at the same time – differently for the dawn of 2021, it’s time to open our eyes to discover new art or read old art in a new light.
Luckily, as 2020 has given us all the much-requited time to self-reflect and begin enjoying a more intimate life with ourselves, 2021 trends are broadening their prospects; it’s not just one new painting type or two styles of artwork that are ‘on trend’ for the year, the interior design home trends 2021 demands are more than a yearly fad everyone can get onboard with.
In fact, as we begin an enlightened journey into 2021, there’s more to discover as personality and taste begin to take over from trend.
Here are six themes of trending wall art 2021 will see making their way onto the walls of those in the UK and beyond.
1. Avant Garde
Translating from French to English we mean the ‘advanced guard’ of art to find something visionary and bring it back to our time and hang on our walls.
Often seen as a canvas holding a character of sporadic harmony, it finds a new way to look at something; an endeavour experienced by many in the throws of 2020. Looking toward interior design trends in 2021, we’re already beginning to see a surge of Avant Guard features where individualism, admittance to self and expressionism are of growing importance.
When it comes down to it, the trending wall art 2021 has to offer is all about finding beauty in value. Yet, not monetary value; as 2020 was a time for isolated self-discovery, art hung on the walls of 2021 will be a better expression of personality than ever before. It’s not one, it’s not two, it’s six new trends… so far.
To discover the splattering of art that could feature in your home and express your originality, take a glance at the Woolly Mammoth Media online art display.
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