The truth is that it’s never too early for Christmas. That is, if we celebrate the idea, instead of the appearance. Regardless, the first string light nodes, the first artificial candles burning in the window frames, all of these little bonfires, as superficial as the may be, surely make the place a whole lot of warmer during the dimness of a late autumn eve. Although you are not obliged to go on a Christmas tree hunt at this point, you might want to check a few Christmas wall art ideas to sparkle up your imagination! Come, they told us pa rum pum-pum pum! You did read it in the Bing’s voice, didn’t ya?
Never too Obvious
The Christmas vibe is all over the place yet it’s not obnoxiously in your face! Virgola has a great knack for capturing the core elements of what makes specific themes instantly recognizable, thus, this little Noel atmospheric could serve as a great decorative intro prior you might decide to turn your place into a Clark Griswold’s Nightmare before Christmas. Moderation is the secret of any successful home decoration. Being as light as this artwork is, it simply begs for an equally elevated interior. Flowerpots in white coating with spray-painted branches around this, and a couple of homemade Christmas ornaments proudly hanging between them. That’s it.
Milk and Cookies
Ahh, the age-old recipe for establishing and maintaining a successful partnership between your family and Santa Claus. However, on the table that’s ridden with softwood branches, self-poured DIY candles, and wood-carved deer figures, this combo can also serve a great decorative purpose! Olga Oilikki surely knows how to conjure “still lifes” featuring these odd, little delicacies – muted, unfussy and fitting perfectly within the hushed-down ambiance of the Wintertide. A great Christmas wall art piece for those striving for a more eco-infused, rustic Christmas decor, where the hazelnut brown will softly reflect the candlelight.
Do you remember all of those images depicting snow-clad towns, distant and imagined somewhere in the far of the Lapland? Constantly abuzz, full of town folks bargaining over gingerbread and mulled wine while their little ones are building the biggest snowman the town’s square has ever seen! This is the image of the Christmas idyll from the collective conscious of our childhood selves. Okay, it’s actually Copenhagen. But have you ever witnessed the Tivoli Gardens during the Christmas tide? From the November 15 to the December 31, all your Christmas movie dreams will come alive there! As for the Olga’s work – perfect for rustic huts were friends gather to sip some hot apple cider!
Father Christmas Lumberjack
Now this is a one quirky little interpretation. Another one from Olga Oilikki, it features a very Father Christmas-like lumberjack with a bunny companion residing on its log. A true friendship from the first sight, this Christmas wall art approves that the Noel decor can be funny, tasteful and work as a complete antithesis to banality. For a light room, light mood and those who routinely embrace humor with open arms!
A Christmas Pin-Up
A Rudolphine to die for, it’s a rather unorthodox Christmas wall art print created by Gloria Sanchez in the so-called digital pop art technique. Once again, an artwork that does not boast any explosive tones, yet instead seduces the viewer with the preciseness of form, overall minimalist leanings and the exciting interplay between photo-realism and subtle graphical elements. Light bedroom, without much of furnishings, will be a great environment for this to prosper!
As you might have already noted, the majority of these are not your everyday Christmas decorations. To be frank, it would be fair to consider all of them a bit “off” and they may only work well in a specific and aesthetically responsive interior design. However, you might try it out for the sake of refreshing your annual Wintertide decor routine!