Images and Figures

Perfect your interior with decorative figurines and figures.

Sculpture in the spotlight

Cherry Sculpture Celebration

Looking for decorative sculptures for your home? This faithfully designed decorative ceramic cherry is sure to attract attention.

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Design decoratie beeldjes en figuren in huis waar jij blij van wordt.

Beelden en figuren in interieurontwerp zien we vaak in tijdschriften en magazines, maar zelden in de huizen van vrienden en familie. Hoe komt dat? – Het lijkt erop dat veel mensen bang zijn om een beeld of figuur in hun interieur op te nemen, omdat ze deze simpelweg te kunstzinnig vinden of niet precies weten wat ze ermee te doen....

De eerste indruk is meestal dat sculpturen misschien te pretentieus of "te veel" voor uw gewone interieur zijn. Maar laten we realistisch zijn. Je hoeft geen standbeeld van 2 meter hoog in het midden van je woonkamer te plaatsen; er is altijd iets kleins en schattigs zoals design beeldjes die je kan kiezen wat bij je interieur en al het andere past. We leven niet meer in een tijd waarin sculpturen alleen nog te bewonderen zijn in musea of misschien ook in het huis van een kunstverzamelaar. Het is nu tijd om plaats te maken voor één of meerdere mooie stukken in ons eigen huis waar jij blij van wordt. Ben je op zoek naar specifieke tuin sculpturen of accessoires bekijk dan zeker onze tuin collectie.

Images and Figures: Some frequently asked questions

When it comes to decorative statues or figures, less is usually more. You don't want the room to look cluttered and you don't want the room to lose functionality, for example taking up essential kitchen or bathroom space.

Choose quality over quantity and make sure you choose items that are the right size for the space and that follow the overall feel of the room. In addition to the decor, the function of the room itself will likely influence both the subject matter of your decorative objects and the people who live in it.

Choose decorative pieces for the living room?
The living room is often the centerpiece of your home; it's the room where your guests are likely to spend the most time. Therefore, you want this space to look as good as possible and reflect the whole family.

In terms of themes, this room can be anything you want - from nature to animal to personal interest. It is best to select one dominant theme. If you opt for a nature theme, vases are great for scattering flowers around the room, or if you're a little less green-fingered than you'd like, flower and tree figures offer a great alternative.

If animals are your thing, there are plenty of decorative options available here too, whether you prefer pets, sea creatures or wild creatures. Cute animal decorations can be added to bookshelves and corner tables to give the space a touch of whimsy.

Items used here can also indicate your hobbies and interests, from travel moments to music engravings and wire dress sculptures. Try grouping ornaments and figurines in thirds - this seems to be the magic number for creating the very best effect.

Choosing decoration for the study?
A study is an excellent place to incorporate words and letters into the design of the room. Everything from inspirational wall hangings to individual block letters that can serve as bookends will add to the effect of the room.

Try to avoid placing too many ornaments on your desk or other workspace, as they can get in the way when you use the room. You can also use a drawer to group the objects; this adds a special touch and means the objects can be lifted out of the way as needed.

Do you opt for decorative sculptures for the kitchen or dining room?
Of course, food and drink is a great subject for any of these rooms, and nowadays there is a wide variety of decorative objects in which both are incorporated. Fruit sculptures make excellent table centerpieces and can also be used to add a touch of fun to a cabinet or some shelves.

While many people don't normally consider placing decorative items in the kitchen, they are great for adding a bit of color and personality to what can otherwise be a fairly sterile and uninteresting place.

However, as with the research, make sure you don't go overboard when placing decorative objects on functional surfaces of surfaces - especially those needed for food preparation or in crowded places where they could be knocked over and can break.

Choosing decorative pieces for the bathroom?
The bathroom is another surprising room for decorative accents, but again, a few pieces here and there can really make a difference, making the room looks more colorful, stylish and attractive.

A water-based theme naturally lends itself to this space with coral sculptures and fish figures looking great throughout. Just make sure they are high on shelves so they don't accidentally fall into the sink or bathtub and break.

Nature objects such as stones, crystals, plants and wooden objects can also look great in your bathroom. They give the room a spa-like feel that can make you feel relaxed and rejuvenated whenever you take a bath or otherwise pamper yourself here.

Choose decorative sculptures for the bedroom?
Now the bedroom is where you can really let your character shine. The options here are quite limitless and should definitely reflect your personal interest. Abstract sculpture pieces can also look great scattered around the place for a contemporary touch of style. Just be sure to keep the shapes consistent (more on that below).

If you're decorating your child's or teen's bedroom, make sure you go the same way when it comes to highlighting interests. Dancing figure decorations are the perfect touch for your budding ballerina, and sports and transportation items look great in a boy's room. Just one of two pieces here and there high on shelves is all you need.

The colors you choose when selecting your decorative figures and sculptures are based on the existing colors in the room and how striking you want the object to be.

Prefer a subdued effect in the room?
Muted colors such as black, white, brown and gray are good for subtle, elegant accents that take a little longer to recognize. These are great for adding a bit of creativity and intrigue to a room, as well as creating a calm and orderly space.

Make a statement with decorative images for your home.
Bright colors are naturally more eye-catching, but you want to make sure they match the colors used in the rest of the room. While they don't have to be the exact same shade as the walls or furniture, they should be in the same spectrum.

Ideally, you want to combine warm tones like red, yellow, and brown with other warm tones and cool tones like blue , gray and green with different shades of this nature. If an object has more than one color, consider the dominant color as it will stand out the most.

Also consider where you place the object or decoration figurines goes to display. Place decorative items against a contrasting background, e.g. light on dark or dark on light for a stunning and very striking effect.

The size of your decorative figures strongly depends on the space you have for them. Smaller objects are probably best in high-traffic areas like the kitchen and bathroom, so they don't cause problems with the flow of the room.

In your living room or bedroom, you may have more room to add a few details and you can be a bit more flexible with the size of your objects. You can think of oversized vases, statues and specific hobby pieces.

Are you fond of oversized figures and sculptures?
Keep in mind that, as with bright colors, large objects immediately catch that eye and become one of the focal points of the room. So if you're going for something substantial, make sure you absolutely love it first.

These items are usually self-contained, so you shouldn't strive to place other objects around them, because it just looks messy.

Prefer something smaller?
With smaller pieces, grouping can make the effect more cohesive, especially if the objects are quite similar in size. As described above, three is a good number, but if you want to add a few more, go up in odd numbers, as this is obviously more pleasing to the eye.

In terms of shapes, repeating shapes in a decor scheme a good way to create a harmonious feeling. Take a look at the main pieces of furniture you have in the room - are they mostly edging or curved? Align your ornaments as such.

For a slightly more contemporary look, add small contrasting shaped figures here and there, a curved sculpture in an edgy room or a spiky figurine in a round room. This will serve to break things up a bit and add a touch more interest to a display.

It is certainly possible to use two or three themes in one room, as long as they work well together. For example, a more natural travel theme goes well with wildlife ornaments. A nautical theme goes well with a marine life, etc.

The danger of this is that you will end up with a multitude of decorative objects in the room that can make the room seem too crowded or overcrowded. This would not be a good effect. The best thing you can do if you have or have a lot of ornaments for a single room is to store a few and switch them out from time to time to give the room a fresh and exciting new look every month or every season.