Art has always been a subjective matter. Every individual has their own preferences and they are aware of the kind of art they enjoy the most. Same goes for wall arts. While decorating the homes, several aspects including wall arts come into speculation – what kind of wall art should be used. In all honesty, there are thousands of things to be considered before choosing any wall art or an element related to interior decoration. There has to be a color palette, appropriate theme, wall paint, matching furniture and other interior decoration items. But, too often wall art is taken as a second choice; something to be referred as an afterthought as interior decoration is finished and everything is in place. Instead, wall art décor is a primary binding source of interior designing, as it becomes the focal point of any room.
Take it this way, trying
to find a wall art that matches the themes and colors of an already designed
room is a bit harder than taking inspiration from an already selected wall art
to decorate the designated area. Former is not impossible, but harder to
achieve. While the latter has numerous possibilities with it and gives a lot of
creative space to the designer for fabricating multiple decoration ideas that
suits the personality of the person owning the place. The possibilities are
endless. There is one loophole that allows for both the aforementioned methods
to co-exist – Mandala wall art. It is a flexible design that fits all the
backgrounds in the most uncomplicated way.
What is a Mandala? Literally, mandala translates as ‘circle’ in Sanskrit. It is seen in many circular designs with enigmatic graphics but as a whole, every mandala represents the universe. They bear a long lineage from ancient Buddhist and Hindu religious significance. This symbol in a way erupts many explanations, all of which do agree that mandala represents how everything in the universe is connected. It also represents the union of universe and soul into a cosmetic diagram that acts as reminiscent to the individuals about their connection with infinity. Hindus are believed to be the first individuals to utilize the cosmic serenity of mandalas into meditation and religious prayers.
Symbolically, mandalas come in various designs but its concentric nature defines existence of unity and harmony in the world. Moreover, their positive presence is not unknown to devout mandala art appreciators. A Swiss psychiatrist, Dr. Carl Jung, states from his experience with incorporating mandalas into his clients’ treatment – by concentrating upon a mandala, the deepest human consciousness rises to a level where the true potential of self is realized by the meditator.
The Mandala wall art
Mandalas were always
around in the Asian temples, homes, fashion and more. But they made a comeback
for rest of the world through boho culture and there is no stopping. The
liberating designs and colors give individuals a chance at self-expression and
beautifying their homes with the help of intricate graphics and serene colors
Mandala as a wall art has
become an evergreen burgeon of positivity. It is so flexible in its approach
that any theme would look as alluring as before with the addition of a mandala.
As this design helps an individual meditate and feel a connection with cosmos,
keeping it around through fashion, clothing or wall art even gives the
individual a sense of oneness with self and the universe. The beauty of
interior designing is that it allows any inspiring object to translate into a
harmonious theme which can be incorporated while decorating a room. The ways in
which a mandala wall
décor can be incorporated are endless, but here are some ideas
to get your creative juices running:
beauty of mandala is that it comes in all shades. So, if an individual wants to
use a mandala wall décor in their home, it will serve the same purpose in all
types of color palettes. The idea has to be that either it falls in a contrast
with the chromatic vibe of room or blends in with varying shades of the same
color used in the same room through multiple elements like furniture, curtains,
lights, show pieces etc.
themed room it may be, a mandala wall art will gracefully make its place in
every setting. Even the most industrial or minimalistic ambiance can be
enchanted with a mandala art in similar fashion. For instance, an abstract
mandala wall art would work as a charm in a modern room setting. A little touch
of bold colors would do wonders. The idea is to bring liveliness to any room
through this enchanting design.
any room would look amazing with a mandala art added in its design. Living
room, bedroom, bathroom, terrace – all the areas can be sought out with various
mandala wall art designs like paintings, wall sticker, string/yarn art and the
options are countless. If a room is already set up and later a need of wall art
is felt, a mandala would still be the perfect choice.
from the conventional mandalas, some very interesting and modern mandala
designs are emerging in the market. They still are made of concentric circle
base with intricate graphics, but with more styles, like an animal or lotus
shaped mandala. It brings myriad options to the table when a unique design is
The indulgence of mandala wall arts in interior designing process is a worthwhile step. Their spiritual and psychologically compelling presence ceases the negative thoughts from entering one’s aura. This positive effect makes one highly conscious of their ability to be more spiritually content. Apart from being a marvelous décor substitute, it brings a hypnotic effect on the mind of the viewer by numbing the conclusive portion so that the creative part can run free like wild horses. Having one around for yourself on bed-sheets, walls, paintings or even a decorative piece brings a sense of fulfillment to the room and your soul – while also brightening up any place’s ambience.
I am Alex. I’m the content crafter and businessperson. I write about the art
and culture for local cities. I write for the Ashok Treasures,
it’s an e-commerce platform that gives the best home decor materials. Beside this I
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