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Wall Art for Windowless Rooms: 6 Collections to Check Out

Some rooms are simply windowless. And as much as you would probably love to move it someplace else, you can’t really do anything. They range from basements to bathrooms to bedrooms hemmed in between the other rooms. You need wall art for windowless rooms.

Nothing sucks more than a room that’s dreary and dark because of the absence of lighting that could only come through a window.

But it’s not the end of the world, is it?

6 Wall Art for Windowless Rooms

The trick to decorating a windowless room is to let in as much light as possible, keep furniture and accessories airy, and most important of all, simulate the illusion of a window in the closed up space.

And what better way to do that than with wall art that looks like it’s your window to the outdoors? You just need to frame them in a unique way to conjure up the illusion of looking through windows.

Check out a couple of our collections and look for wall art for windowless rooms. Even if hanging floral wall art is a great start.

#1 Trees and the Forest

Off the top of my head, I can say that the perfect wall decor that will simulate the idea of looking out through a window overlooking a forest are wall art of trees and the woods.

All you really need to do is pick the right wall art that would look great being framed in curtains, so it appears as if it’s a real window.

Can you imagine spacing the multi-panel ones apart to create the illusion of multiple and rectangular glass windows though?

#2 Every single one of our Flower Wall Art Collection

We love flowers too much. I can’t possibly list all of them here individually. Otherwise, this whole list will just be floral wall art galore.

But I’m sure you get what I mean. Like our rose canvas art and sunflower wall art

Floral wall art that simulate a view of the outdoors would be stunning in a bedroom for him or her. Also, try picturing a field of sunflowers as  you work in your kitchen. You don’t have to have a real field.

Just a wall art that’s framed right.

#3 Views of Paris

J’aime Paris!

The City of Paris is aesthetic view on steroids. You could ask some people, and they could literally give you answers on why Paris is such a wonderful place to visit. And why Paris is part of their travel-goals.

Without a doubt, Paris is in my personal list of the most picturesque cities in the world, and for good reason. Just the views of the Eiffel Tower alone is enough to launch anyone into dreamland.

But while you’re well on your way to accomplishing your travels to Paris, set fire to your inspiration and dreams with some Parisian canvas art. Nothing can get you in the mood faster. And of course, it would complement your light and airy decor oh so nicely.

#4 Panoramic Photography

Our panoramic photography collection is the answer to your window simulation needs…

The other ones featured in this list are pretty great too, but this one is special. Why? Because panoramas feature a lot of distanced photography. And showcasing subjects at a far-distance on wall art makes it appear as if your room overlooks that picture you have there.

Wouldn’t you agree? Frame it in glass, maybe? Or drape curtains around it, while attaching floating wooden shelves directly below the canvas. That’s an instant window!

#5 Cityscapes, Landscapes, and Seascapes

Looking out over a landscape is always a good idea. But because our store features more than one type of “scape,” I say I compile my own top three in one number. Because much like the floral collection, having cityscapes, landscapes, and seascapes on separate numbers would just be slightly off-putting.

But only slightly.

Nevertheless, waking up to views like this in the morning,would simply be splendid, wouldn’t it be?

#6 Sunset Views

Sunsets are for dreamers… Don’t you agree?

Personally, I love me a good sunset view canvas art.

Sunset views are perfect for windowless bedrooms. It makes it feel as if your room is plunged into eternal nightfall. For some people, it’s not great. But believe me when I tell you that it makes for a rather relaxing atmosphere.

In the End

The feel of that windowless room all depends on you.

So make it bright and cheery, and utterly comfortable for you, the members of your family, and your house guests.

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