Comforting Mood Art
Now you can create a comforting space in your home or office with original artworks of appealing colour combinations - Colours which can reach out and comfort the troubled mind. An easy formula to bring a comfortable feeling to your space with original art is to pick art pieces with toned down colours - The dark hue colour sets are great comforting colour tones. Ease your disturbed soul and fall into the wonder of comfort mood art only at Artailer!
Understanding Comforting Mood in Art
Life is filled with drama, and eventually, it runs everyone through the wringer. In times of pain or stress, we need all the help we can get to help give us comfort. Art won’t make all of the problems of this world go away, but it can help inspire us and give us what we need to keep pressing on. If you want to make a space more comfortable, then you should decorate it with comforting art. To do this, you should consider its colour, tone, and imagery.
Rule #1: Positive But Not Too Bright Colour Palettes
When looking for comforting art, it’s important to look for a colour scheme that strikes a nice balance between bright and dull colours. An image that is too dull can be very depressing, but an image that is too bright can feel so over-the-top that it isn’t helpful anymore. If you’re the type of person who doesn’t appreciate kitsch, then it’s especially important to search for images with a medium-range colour scheme. Comfort can be found in that sweet spot between light and dark, like a cosy late afternoon as the sun starts to set.
Rule #2: Soft Edges - Fluffly and Even Fuzzy
Take a moment to imagine what comes to mind when you hear the word “comfort.” With most people things like pillows, blankets, puppies, and other soft things come to mind. There’s a reason that we don’t curl up on cold slabs of stone when we’re in pain. That’s why you should try and avoid harsh shapes and colours if you’re in the market for comfort-theme art. Try and find things that are a little soft, fluffy, and even fuzzy. By looking at these sorts of details, you can find all sort of abstract images that help you feel comforted even if you have trouble explaining why it makes you feel the way you do.
Rule #3: Familiar Imagery and Your Personal Artsy Taste
This part of the puzzle is very personal. The things that comforts one person may not necessary comfort another person. That’s why it’s important to look within yourself to figure out just what sort of imagery might bring you comfort. If you find this to be too difficult, then you can just dive in and look at a wide range of images and contemplate your emotions as you browse or contact us directly for assistance in selecting the right art which will suit your mood.
Eventually, you’ll start to notice the sort of images that bring you comfort and which cause more trouble than they’re worth. In the end, you need to follow your heart until you find a piece that calls out to you.