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Farzad - Gay Arabic Cowboy Framed Canvas - Homosexual Queerart - 16’x16’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork
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Scene Stealer Framed & Mounted Print - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Scene Stealer Framed & Mounted Print
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Aviary Purple Framed & Mounted Print - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Aviary Purple Framed & Mounted Print
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Chinese Noblewoman In Manchu Couture Fine Art Print - 11’x14’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
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Sugar Bowl With Cover By Janet Riza Fine Art Print - 24’x32’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
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Farzad - Gay Arabic Cowboy Art Print - Homosexual Queerart - 30’x30’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
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Chinese Noblewoman In Manchu Couture Framed & Mounted Print - 16’x20’ / Black Frame - Posters Prints & Visual
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Chinese Noblewoman In Manchu Couture Framed Canvas - 24’x32’ / Black Frame / White Wrap - Posters Prints & Visual

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Purple Aesthetic Wall Art Collection: A Symphony of Shades and Styles

Isn’t purple just the most magical color? It’s the cloak of kings and the whisper of twilight, a rich tapestry that weaves itself through our lives with a kind of royal charm and mystic allure. In this collection you can celebrate purple in every possible shade and emotion, from the softest lilacs to the deepest violets. Each piece is a brushstroke in the grand canvas of our purple passion.

Imagine transforming your bare walls into a visual symphony of purples—a feast for the eyes, where every hue tells a story. Your living space, once plain, now pulsating with layers of purple, each adding a depth of sophistication and a breath of luxury.

Purple, dear reader, is not just a color; it's a lifestyle. It speaks of luxury, ignites creativity, and emanates wisdom. Whether it’s the subtle charm of lilac or the profound depth of violet, each item is designed to transform and enhance, turning every room into a regal sanctuary. Spanning from elegant wall art prints to enchanting tapestries, offering a timeless beauty that complements any decor style. Decking out a purple-themed bedroom or accenting a living room, these pieces do more than fill space—they start conversations and tell tales.

Ready to dive into a world where every wall is a door to enchantment, every piece of art an invitation to a grander, more colorful existence? Let’s adorn your world in purple, turning everyday spaces into realms of opulent splendor and creative wonder. Come, let the adventure begin, and let your walls sing the praises of the majestic world.

Purple is a color that has long been associated with royalty, spirituality, and mystery. In art, the use of the color purple has an interesting history.

Characteristics of Purple Aesthetic Art

  • Rich, saturated shades of purple, from light lavender to deep violet.
  • Paired with "cool" colors like blue, pink, white. Also goes well with black.
  • Evokes mystery and spirituality. Related motifs include crystals, tarot cards, candles, moons, stars.
  • Evokes royalty and luxury. Motifs include crowns, thrones, jewels, velvet, gold. Connotes elegance, privilege, ambition, and power.
  • Symbol of creative expression, uniqueness, and nonconformity. Related motifs are musical instruments, paint brushes, flowers. Represents seeing the world differently, imagination, innovation.
  • Evokes tranquility, calmness, and relaxation. Connected to twilight, sunsets, night skies, and the natural world. Motifs include stars, moons, galaxies, landscapes, animals.
  • Works well in abstract or impressionist styles.
  • Looks modern yet classic.
  • Translates beautifully into photography and digital art.

Here is a summary of how the use of purple in art has changed across different cultures and time periods:

  • In prehistoric times, purple was created using manganese and hematite and used in cave paintings dating back to 16,000-25,000 BC.
  • In ancient Rome and Byzantium, purple symbolized royalty, nobility, and high rank. It was expensive and exclusive.
  • In the Middle Ages in Europe, purple continued to denote piety, royalty, and privilege in the church and nobility.
  • During the Renaissance, purple was used for religious figures and magical/mystical themes in Western art.
  • In the 19th century, synthetic purple dyes made the color more accessible. Impressionists used purple extensively.
  • In modern times, purple has symbolized individuality, creativity, LGBTQ+ pride, ambiguity, and duality across cultures.
  • Purple retains spiritual and royal associations in many cultures. But it has also become connected to counterculture and self-expression.

Purple is a versatile color that can work well with many different interior design styles depending on the specific shade and how it is used. Here are some of the most common interior design styles that suit purple well:

Bohemian/Eclectic

The bohemian or eclectic style pairs well with rich, deep purple shades that create a mystical and exotic look. This style often mixes patterns, textures, and cultural elements.

Using purple in bohemian bedroom decor with elements like tapestries, beaded curtains, and embroidered pillows can create a free-spirited vibe.

Traditional

Traditional interior design frequently uses purple as an accent color against more neutral backdrops. Light purple or lavender works well in traditional living rooms and bedrooms, creating an elegant and feminine aesthetic. Darker purple can also create a luxurious, royal feeling in traditional dining rooms or studies.

Contemporary

Vibrant, saturated purple works perfectly in contemporary spaces. Contemporary interiors tend to utilize bold colors, so a bright purple can make a dramatic statement. Using purple on a focal wall, artwork, or furniture upholstery can enliven a modern open floor plan.

Eclectic

An eclectic style combines elements from various eras and cultural influences. This lends itself well to unexpected and quirky uses of purple, like a bright purple front door or neon purple furniture against neutral walls. Different purple tones and textures prevent it from feeling overwhelming.

Glam

Glam interior design embraces luxurious elements like metallics, mirrored and shimmery surfaces. Deep, jewel-toned purples complement that aesthetic beautifully. Velvet purple sofas, dark purple satin bedding, and gilded purple accents create a lush, indulgent environment.

Complementary Colors

  • Complementary colors like yellow, orange, and green create vibrant contrast and pop against purple. Soft pastel shades of these colors work well for a delicate look.
  • Cool blues, pinks, and lavenders blend seamlessly with light and dark purples to create a harmonious palette.
  • Metallic accents like gold, silver, and bronze add glamour and elegance to purple color schemes.
  • Black, white, and gray neutrals provide a clean, modern backdrop that lets purple take center stage.
  • Nature-inspired palettes with greens, blues, browns, and creams give an earthy feel.
  • Vintage and romantic aesthetics pair nicely with purple through the use of florals, lace, velvets etc.
  • For an edgy or moody vibe, deep plums and violets go well with black.
  • Pastels, pinks, and blues create a delicate, feminine look when mixed with lilacs and lavenders.

Light/Pastel Purple Wall Art

  • White or light wood furniture with soft textures like linen or velvet
  • Pastel accents like blush pinks, mint greens, light blues
  • Rattan, woven accessories, macrame wall hangings
  • Flowers and greenery like eucalyptus in vases
  • Vintage or shabby chic elements like distressed wood

Dark/Vibrant Purple Wall Art

  • Black, dark wood, or metal furniture
  • Bold accent colors like yellow, teal, or coral
  • Geometric patterns and shapes
  • Large scale abstract art
  • Mirrored furniture or accessories
  • Faux fur, velvet textures

General Tips

  • Repeat purple tones from the wall art in pillows, throws, flowers
  • Mix metallic accents like gold, rose gold, or silver
  • Layer in textures like wood, ceramic, glass, and metal
  • Incorporate natural elements like plants, rattan, linen
  • Use purple artwork to dictate color scheme

Purple Evokes Creativity and Imagination

The color purple is strongly associated with creativity, imagination, and visionary thinking. This is because purple combines the passion and energy of red with the tranquility and introspection of blue. As a result, purple art and decor can spark creative thinking and new ideas. The whimsical, magical quality of purple also fuels imagination and fantasy. Surrounding yourself with purple aesthetic art can help unlock your inner creativity.

Purple Promotes Spirituality and Wisdom

In many cultures, purple is connected to spirituality, mysticism, and wisdom. Darker shades of purple especially evoke a spiritual, meditative mood. Lighter purples like lavender also create a soothing, introspective feeling. Purple's links to imagination and visionary thinking can also lead to wisdom and self-reflection. Purple artwork with spiritual or cosmic themes can enhance these effects.

Purple Inspires Fulfillment and Inner Peace

Purple's balance between passionate red and calm blue results in feelings of harmony, balance, and fulfillment. It creates a sense of peace within yourself and your surroundings. The richness of purple also evokes luxury and sophistication, inspiring confidence and self-assurance. Surrounding yourself with purple art, fabric, or lighting can promote inner tranquility.

Purple Fosters Ambition and Independence

Vibrant purple is associated with ambition, independence, and courage. Historically, purple dye was rare and expensive, worn only by royalty and the elite. Today, purple still signifies uniqueness and visionary leadership. Energetic purple artwork can motivate you to pursue your dreams and embrace your individuality.

  • Purple first appeared in prehistoric cave paintings dating back to 16,000-25,000 BC, where manganese and hematite were used to create purplish hues.
  • In ancient Rome, Byzantium, and Egypt, purple was associated with royalty and the elite. Frescoes, mosaics, and paintings depicted emperors and religious figures in purple robes.
  • During the Renaissance, purple robes were commonly used in religious art to depict angels, the Virgin Mary, bishops and popes. Artists mixed blue and red pigments to create purples.
  • Impressionist painters like Monet and Renoir embraced new synthetic purple pigments in the late 1800s, leading to an explosion of purple in their paintings. Critics accused them of "violettomania."
  • Notable modern artists who used purple extensively include Georgia O'Keeffe, Gustav Klimt, Yayoi Kusama, and Mark Rothko. Their purple art exemplifies how the color came to symbolize individuality, spirituality, and imagination.

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Africa

South Africa

Oceania

Australia, New Zealand

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North America

Canada, Mexico, Continental United States

South America

Argentina, Brazil

Europe

Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Vatican City

Middle East & Asia

Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Türkiye, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam

Africa

South Africa

Oceania

Australia, New Zealand

Average Order Processing

Average time between receiving an order and sending it out = 1-4 days

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Average time for order to reach you after it's been shipped: 

• USA: 2-5 days

• Canada: 3-8 days

• UK: 2-5 days

• Europe: 3-6 days

• Australia: 2-5 days

• New Zealand: 3-8 days

• Rest of the world: 2-4 weeks

Returns and Exchanges

1. You're welcome to open a return / exchange request within 30 days of your order's delivery. All items for return must be delivered back in their original condition, with their original packaging included.

2. No guarantees your return will be approved if you send items back to before the approval of your return request

3. No returns, refunds or exchanges on discounted or sale items

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