Category: Room With A View

Dreamy Art Ideas For a Bedroom Haven

Ofri, Art Consultant, Chevy Chase

Explore three captivating art ideas for this bedroom space, curated by Ofri. From a nostalgic figurative piece, to a layered abstract, to a realist landscape painting, these works transform the ambience of the space in different ways.



Idea 1: Dream by Geoffrey Gersten

Geoffrey Gersten, Dream, Oil on canvas, 54 x 42 inches


Geoffrey Gersten’s Dream pulls you in with dynamic imagery and a dreamy blue background. The contrast of the figure portrayed in timeless black and white against this vivid azure canvas creates a compelling focal point that effortlessly draws the eye. Evoking a sense of nostalgia, the figure exudes an aura of serene elegance, infusing the space with a soothing and contemplative ambience.

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Idea 2: Spring Thaw by Wendy Westlake

Wendy Westlake, Spring Thaw, Mixed media on canvas, 39 x 55 inches


In Spring Thaw, Wendy Westlake skillfully utilizes layering and the delicate interplay of translucent colors to evoke a sense of fluidity and movement. Westlake’s meticulous approach to building texture results in a suede-like quality that not only enhances tactile appeal but also enriches the visual experience with depth and intrigue. Through intricate layering and nuanced application of color, Westlake invites viewers on a journey where each unique shape and its interaction unveils a myriad of moments waiting to be discovered. This thoughtful composition encourages observers to immerse themselves in the artwork, fostering a rich and engaging experience that begins anew with each encounter.

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Idea 3: Wind in the Pines by Mark Beck

Mark Beck, Wind in the Pines, Acrylic on canvas, 44 x 52 inches


Mark Beck’s Wind in the Pines imbues this bedroom with an added layer of tranquility, detailing a silent scene frozen in golden hour. With its captivating depth, the painting acts almost as a window, extending the space. The touch of red peeking through the open blinds provides an unexpected break in the serene tableau, introducing a unique and compelling element to the depicted landscape.

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