Surfing is more than a hobby or activity…it is a lifestyle. For anyone that loves hanging ten and riding the wild ocean waves, this feeling shouldn’t be only at the beach. You can bring this feeling into your home so you always have those laid back and low key vibes. The best way to do that? Surfboard Wall Art. Shaun Thomas‘ specializes in creating beautiful surfboard inspired pieces for your space.
Looking to add a bit of that vibe to your space? Read on to find ideas on how to add this look or similar looks into your home.
Make a Statement in your Living Room
Every living room should have a statement wall or focal point to the space. Typically, this is an easy achievement through art. Go bold in your living room by adding a large art piece behind your sofa to draw the eye in. Shaun Thomas’ line of Wood Wall Sculptures are great for creating drama, texture, and visual interest to any space. Go with one large piece, or opt for slightly smaller pieces that add up to a larger image, such as the “Shorebreak” piece.
Create some Wow in your Entry
The entrance to any home sets the vibe and feel of a space. It is the first ‘room’ you see when walking in, so what is in this space tells a lot and sets the story. If you are wishing to create a coastal cool or relaxing setting, place an art piece directly in sight of your front door, so that every time you enter your space, it is the first thing you see. “Sunset Peak” piece is a great minimalist display of that big wave every surfer dreams of catching.
Elevate a Vignette
Home vignettes are a great way to showcase décor and home objects. These are usually arranged on larger pieces of furniture, such as dressers and consoles. To create the backdrop for any home vignette, a piece of wall art hung directly above offers a great addition to your home décor. For example, the “Morning Peaks” piece is a stunning creation that perfectly frames your console table or dresser, adding depth and movement to a space.
Spruce Up your Office
Home offices have grown in popularity within the past few months. Adding some decorative elements can work wonders to enhance a dull and cold office space. Artwork is another great add to these spaces since there isn’t much table display space in these room. Two great options for placing a large piece of art are directly behind your desk to create some drama and focus for the room, or directly in front of you. This way as you work, you are able to gaze at the art and daydream of hitting the beach when the work day is over. “Morning Caves” is a nice calming piece to sooth any home office.
There are so many options to add a bit of that Surfboard aesthetic into your space. Whichever wall you choose, Shaun’s line of modern and contemporary surf art and wave art offers multiple sizes. mediums and styles that suit your wants and needs.