Above Queen Bed
Above Queen Bed
OUR ART ABOVE A QUEEN BED RECOMMENDATIONS
In this guide, we'll go over basic rules for artwork above a queen bed and share 5 of our suggestions.
We group these suggestions by style, color, and size to show you various choices for artwork above the fireplace.
You can purchase them directly from our website or contact us with any questions.
Israeli artist Tavalina completed her architecture degree at the Israel Institute of Technology in 1992. After a personal crisis in her 30th year, she began to paint.
“I felt an overwhelming need for color. I went to my room and found a discarded box of crayons, and began to draw… as if I was in a trance, the paintings were flowing out of me… and until this very day, I haven’t stopped.”
Her art above a bed creates a new window in your home. As if through a window in a wall, a fresh green landscape, or an ancient Italian plaza, or a country home reveal themselves above your fireplace.
If you have children in your family or like cute animals, one option to decorate your bedroom is with happy and fuzzy artwork like this.
Wake up to these cuties and start the day with a smile! 😻 🐶 🐸 🦉 🐮 🐴
Ukrainian 🇺🇦 artist Alena Krutogolova from Kyiv, Ukraine, synthesizes the traditions of Ukrainian folk art and elements of naive art. Pet hedgehogs, dreamy floral cats, wandering sea cows, harvest hens, coffee elephants, spotted owls, and romantic frogs inhabit her world.
Your bedroom can become that island of happy silliness with Alena's collection. Alena's vibrant work looks great in groups and can be combined to create elaborate collages.
Sensual Fairly tales
Another option for your bedroom is the art by the contemporary French artist Albena Vatcheva.
This is how Albena describes her artwork:
"My work is all about capturing love, tenderness and beauty in life."
Her paintings will add dreamy sensuality to your bedroom. The world of fairytales, the Arabian Nights, love stories, sexuality, and pleasant relaxation.
A Spice of Life
South African Tsholo "Splash" Motong collects fabric from different tribes and cultures in Africa. He then cuts them out in a unique mosaic fashion and glues them to canvas. Each portrait is created from hundreds of oddly shaped pieces of patterned fabric.
"My work is only inspired by local scenes from Soweto, South Africa, which has a rich history of migrant labour. I use a lot of colour because I believe colour is like a spice of life."
Tsholo's vertical paintings are a great fit above a fireplace, especially if your house has high ceilings.