Wall Art Inspiration For Your Home or Office

We understand the difference having quality wall art in your home and in the workplace can make to your mental health and wellbeing. Studies have consistently shown that viewing art reduces stress, helps alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression, increases brain function and even raises dopamine levels in your body.

In addition, one of the first principles of interior design is that every room needs focal point, and a great piece of wall art easily fulfills this position. 

So, please take the time to really enjoy our galleries of wall art images. Each piece of art has been created by Peter Nutkins, an award winning Master Photographer based in the UK.

The walls in your house can be the most ignored places in your home. Give your walls importance they deserve, and add inspiration and glamor and elevate the mood and tone of your rooms. 

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Landscape

Views of the the landscape of the United Kingdom. Take a visual trip around the British Isles with Peter Nutkins as he captures some well known, and some less well known areas. Each view tells its own story, however, you will also find that Peter has added further information regarding his visit and the location itself.

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Man on the Land

Take a view of the interaction between man and his environment - the land. Discover ancient buildings, things overground, thigs underground and even how man uses transport through the land. You can find further information for many of the images by clicking the 'i' button.

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Urban Views

The urban landscape is a different beast altogether. View wall art that features straight lines, smooth curves, sharp angles, concrete, metal and glass. 

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Isolation

A personal project on isolation. This project started in the Peak District National Park as a view into isolation, particularly in harsh conditions. As visitors to the land we can easily forget that when we go to our warm cozy homes the environment does not. There are times in our lives when we can feel this way too. Alone. Left in the cold. Isolated.

Tips on Choosing Your Wall Art

When choosing a piece of wall art to be a focal point for your room, the most important consideration is size. Imagine your favourite artwork hanging above the mantle of your fireplace in your living room, standing proudly above the bed or making an immediate big impact as guests enter your front door.

Wall art also adds 'weight' to your room, it pulls your space together and makes it feel complete. It is that little extra touch that can take your space from simply looking functional to appearing as if it should grace the pages of an interior design magazine!

Just be mindful that an artwork that is too small will get dwarfed by the surrounding furniture and a piece that is too big will look as though it is spilling over. Make sure to take measurements of the wall space available, so you know how much room you have at your disposal.