Wall Art & Decor
When decorating your rooms, don't over look the walls. Rather than leaving walls bare, hang artwork and decorative accents to express your personal style and make your space feel warm and inviting. Use a grouping of framed pieces or one large canvas to create a focal point and a conversation starter.
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Art.com "Les Saisons, 1900" Framed Art Print by Alphonse Mucha
This framed art print is for all seasons. Featuring a reproduction of Alphonse Mucha's painting, it depicts four women who represent the seasons. Shop our full selection ...
$127.20 - $159.00Kohl's
Art.com "Orchids" Framed Art Print by H. Orth
Add a soft touch to your living space with this "Orchids" framed art print. Featuring orchids atop a bowl, this piece provides the tranquility you are looking for. Shop o...
$73.60 - $92.00Kohl's
Pierre Leclerc 'Great Smoky Mountains Sunset' Canvas Art
Pierre Leclerc has a unique style conveys simple, individual compositions, with intense attention to detail. Nature is his inspiration and his favorite visual playground....
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Your walls are your home's canvas, and no matter whether you've ever picked up a paintbrush, you can use your walls to display your style, personality, and inspirations. The types and ranges of wall art and decor are as varied as the types of artists. Have a favorite color? How about a favorite flower? Or a distinctive material you love? Start with this overview of wall art and decor to make your home into your own personal museum.
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Cards and stationery are essential elements of the holidays. They bring greetings from far-flung family and friends, hasten the countdown to Christmas, and announce good tidings to the recipients of gifts. Cards and stationery can also be used to accent a color scheme or a holiday motif. Use our guide to sort through the options this season.
Shades have come a long way from the slippery white discount-store versions. Today's shades offer privacy, light control, and energy efficiency in a variety of styles and materials. Used alone or with other window treatments, shades are a smart choice for small spaces and evolving design themes.
One window treatment actually pays for itself. By preventing hot or cold air from entering or escaping through leaky windows, thermal curtains can save up to 25 percent on your heating or cooling bills. This form of passive energy efficiency costs less than buying new windows or turning up the heat or air-conditioning. What's more, thermal curtains are effective at blocking outside noise.
Blackout curtains make sense for a variety of rooms and lifestyles. These treatments are a must for bedrooms occupied by young children or people who work at night and sleep during the day. Blackout curtains are also practical for media rooms, and they help protect furniture and carpets from sun fading.