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Earthy Chic Wall Art

Rustic and earthy tones are used in homes and businesses to evoke a feeling of deep relaxation. Even if you are living in the depths of the city, any individual can escape into the enchantment of nature through the use of deep browns and forest greens. Most people who desire a touch of nature at home, are turning to earthy chic wall art to enhance the atmosphere. Nature lovers rejoice as art begins to embrace the calming sensation of deep natural colours.

The use of deep colours is considered by modern people as chic and trendy. And, many who chose to decorate their homes or businesses with chic earthy prints? Evoke a sense of stylish comfort. There are several reasons why people chose natural tones such as brown, the most prevalent is due to a psychological effect that certain colours have on a person's mood. Though brown has no real place on the colour wheel, it has many different hues that can change a person's mood and provoke a different feel in a room. Deep, polished chocolate browns in can induce an air of sophistication while lighter browns can cause a rustic effect.

Earthy Chic Prints

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Woodland Ferns VII
by E.J. Lowe
8" x 10"
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Small Jacobean Tile I (P)
by Chariklia Zarris
12" x 12"
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Audubon's Warbler
by John James Audubon
10" x 13"
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Monument Etching Tile I Blue Bird
by Wild Apple Portfolio
12" x 12"
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SILVERWOOD I
by Kate Birch
26" x 14"
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Hudson's Bay Titmouse
by John James Audubon
8" x 10"
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Audubon Tile IV - Mini
by Asia Jensen
13" x 13"
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Woodland Ferns II
by E.J. Lowe
8" x 10"
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Tree Ring Abstract I
by Ethan Harper
18" x 18"
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Bordeaux Leaves I - Mini
by Rick Novak
13" x 13"
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Eucalyptus Leaves [Positive]
by Steven N. Meyers
27" x 28"
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Black-Throated Green Wood Warbler
by John James Audubon
8" x 11"
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Forest Leaves
by Erin Clark
11" x 14"
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Vintage Elk
by Vision Studio
14" x 20"
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Woodlands I
by Unknown
26" x 20"
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Audubon's Finch
by John James Audubon
10" x 13"
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Louisiana Heron
by John James Audubon
26" x 22"
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Woodland Ferns VI
by E.J. Lowe
8" x 10"
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Owl I
by Tom Reeves
12" x 12"
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Wandering Rice Bird
by John James Audubon
8" x 11"
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Greenwood I
by Kate Birch
20" x 21"
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Pileated Woodpecker
by John James Audubon
20" x 28"
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Woodland Ferns I
by E.J. Lowe
6" x 10"
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Audubon's Vireo
by John James Audubon
10" x 13"
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Watercolor Plants II
by Naomi McCavitt
18" x 26"
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Ram's Skull with Brown Leaves
by Georgia O'Keeffe
30" x 26"
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Dogwood
by Steven N. Meyers
12" x 14"
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Classical Leaves III
by Chariklia Zarris
16" x 16"
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Pipiry Flycatcher
by John James Audubon
8" x 11"
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Green Oak Leaves
by Georgia O'Keeffe
11" x 14"
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Cassava Leaves
by Michael Mandolfo
20" x 20"
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Ginko Leaves II
by Steven N. Meyers
20" x 22"
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Dogwood Blossoms - Negative
by Steven N. Meyers
19" x 26"
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Audubon's Thrush
by John James Audubon
10" x 13"
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Owl II
by Tom Reeves
12" x 12"
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Depictions of animals and plants are also very rife in earthy chic art. Messages can be conveyed through the use of different species. Artists such as Georgia O'Keeffe make use of flowery patterns, often accompanied by vibrant colours to embrace the viewer in a higher energized view of nature. Meanwhile, other painters like Naturalist John James Audubon, make use of birds and earthy tones to establish a real and stable view of nature.

In simplified terms, brown is the colour of Earth, which is continuously surrounded by wildlife and flora. Earthly art is versatile and calming, and with the stability and comfort that being surrounded by nature can provide us, it leaves little to wonder as to why people use earthy paintings and frames to decorate rooms in their homes.
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