Art for Your Bathroom Walls
The bathroom is a crucial part of any home decor concept. At Lumas, we curate fine art specifically for your interiors. Our portfolio was composed with your home in mind! Check out our bathroom wall art ideas, and discover our specially curated bathroom artworks below!
Bathroom Wall Art Guide
We often place the bathroom among things better left private, unadressed. But, in addition to being one of the most heavily trafficked rooms of a home, the bathroom has for millenia stood out as a prime example of human culture. There is no better way to acknowledge this fact than to treat it as the place of refinement that it in fact is. Discover our works by the art superstars Damien Hirst, Takashi Murakami, Marc Quinn or the paragon of elegance Edward B. Gordon.
Working with your bathroom's space
Space is a real thing, measurable with a ruler. But space is also an experience. It is the way that the physical dimensions of an artwork, or the depth or dynamic of a theme play off of the dimensions of a room. Consider where you will be when viewing the artwork, and where you want to hang it. Is it something to look at when you're in the bathtub? A panoramic artwork over or opposite the bathtub is a great choice! Is it something for guests to look at when washing their hands? A more vertically oriented print, hung parallel to the mirror above the sink might be what's called for.
In a larger bathroom, consider a lenticular. Lenticulars are those artworks which change as you change your position. In order to achieve their full effect, a viewer needs space to move side to side. They are best suited to bathrooms with "hallways." In wider, longer hallways, they dazzle the viewer. In narrower hallways, they can induce a pleasant sort of vertigo, as the viewer's experience of the bathroom is suddenly the experience of a room with unexpected new dimensions.
A conventional bathroom is a small space. Here, small pieces can make a big statement. Think about an artwork with a square orientation. With its symmetrical dimensions, it consolidates space within itself, rather than trying to maximize space vertically or laterally. That means that it won't take up all the physical space on your wall, and can be placed in exactly the spots which are the focal points for a viewer!