Dealing with space in backgrounds wallpaper
While discussing and selecting a great backgrounds wallpaper, we should also always consider the terms of positive and negative spaces. Positive space is quite simply the thing you are painting, whereas negative space is the space between the object and the rest of the scene. However, this does not mean background is always negative space and vice versa. Using a backgrounds wallpaper can also turn the process of positive and negative space on its head, as the gorgeous designs in our assortment, giving strong prominence to the background itself, making it into the subject advertedly or inadvertedly, depending on your overall design or redecoration scheme.
The significance of backgrounds wallpaper
With modern technology, we have much visual trickery to imitate depth, a possible gathering of many objects, and numerous colours to amuse ourselves. Now while in other instances the foreground is priority, with our assemblage of top-grade backgrounds wallpaper, we don't need to draw focus on the foreground, we can simply match, mix and contrast it with other visual elements in the room of your choosing. There is such a wide variety that you would very hard pressed not to find the ideal backgrounds wallpaper for your home, office or recreational space. To give you a concrete example, let us take a look at the item called Miami Emerald. At first glance it looks simple and unsophisticated, but the more you look at this backgrounds wallpaper, the more you become engrossed in it. It draws you in with its lush hues, tints and general colour scheme, making you feel as if you might be in the ocean itself.
Things to consider when choosing your backgrounds wallpaper
To establish a well-placed and eye-catching backgrounds wallpaper, you have to contemplate mainly the following elements. First of all is perspective which is the art technique for creating an illusion of three-dimensions, namely depth and space on a two-dimensional, or flat, surface. Perspective is what makes a backgrounds wallpaper have form, distance, and look realistic. Take for instance the motif Joined Light Wood. Here you can see tiles of wood so lifelike that you can almost feel like bumping into it.
Intensity in backgrounds wallpaper
Intensity pertains to the combination or lack thereof of strong colours. Since in paintings, the nearest object will be more dark in tone and more saturated in hue, backgrounds wallpaper's colours are very important in choosing it according to the aesthetic. However, as the distance grows these colours tend to fade away and thus the colour intensity decreases. This makes the energy of a carefully chosen backgrounds wallpaper very crucial. Check out the beautiful Horizon - Catawba, where two very clashing colours are combined in one brilliant backgrounds wallpaper, able to look good in any space it is selected to spruce up.