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There are tons of trendy art styles gaining in popularity right now, but if there's one we're definitely keeping our eyes on, it's face line art—literally. The abstract style is characterized by a minimalist, modern face motif, usually against a plain white background, that'll look like a museum-worthy design in your home.
Face line art certainly makes for gorgeous wall décor, but the design is versatile enough to work well in tons of other ways too. Whether you want to spruce up your couch with new pillows or revamp an office with new wallpaper, there are plenty of different ways to try the trend at home.
Here, the best pieces of face line décor.
Nadja Minimal Line Art Woman Face II Art Print
If you want to incorporate the trend on your walls, consider framed prints like this piece from Nadja. This art features a female silhouette with blooming flowers that'll look gorgeous in your home no matter where you place it.
The print is offered in several sizes and frame colors depending on where you buy it, so you're sure to find one that complements your home design aesthetic. And, given the budget-friendly price point, you can even buy a few different sizes and colors and place them around your home or on a gallery wall. Regardless, it's sure to spruce up a living room, home office, or bedroom
Aelfie Staring Contest Hand-Tufted Rug
For a true show stopper, don't miss this bold rug by Aelfie. Designed in Brooklyn and handmade by artisans in India, the two-toned piece is a product of a collaboration with artist Marcello Velho, whose abstract art will undoubtedly invite some much-needed whimsy to your home.
Featuring a blend of wool and cotton, this cozy, hand-tufted rug is one you won’t be able to resist. As for its understated yet punchy palette, you can rest easy in knowing that the cool blue and white will pretty much go with just about any color scheme.
Drop It MODERN Femme Removable Wallpaper
Removable wallpaper is a saving grace for renters as well as those whose style preferences tend to change at the drop of a hat. After one look at this bold design, though, there's a chance you may want this one to be permanent.
This fade-resistant, peel-and-stick wallpaper is just the sort of decorative accent that can transform even the snooziest of schemes. Featuring a large-scale face line art motif, the pattern is bold enough to stand out yet still subtle enough in tone and form so that you can seamlessly incorporate it into your existing space. Try it on an accent wall or be bold and transform an entire office space with it.
Octaevo Jaime Hayon Paper Vase
Spanish creative powerhouse Octaevo has made an entire collection of home goods, stationery, and smaller accent pieces that depict face line art décor. The brand’s cheeky take on it often features abstract variations, gold details, and their signature palette of blue and white.
Enter this paper vase made together with Spanish designer Jaime Hayon, whose signature line drawings leave little else to be desired. While the item itself may be waterproof, we would recommend allowing it to double as a sleeve that can go over a glass or ceramic vase, in lieu of filling it immediately with florals and water.
Kalalou Faces Large Planter Set
Love the look face line art but also want some color? Check out this planter set found on Jungalow. Included are two planters of different sizes, both made of ceramic and featuring a face motif contrasted with splashes of color. Since the planters are already eye-catching enough on their own, we recommend choosing plants that won't hide them—go with aloe, snake plants, or similar non-trailing varieties.
ZOAconcept Face No. 2 Soy Candle
If you’re looking to take a slightly more subtle approach to the concept, a candle is your best bet. This hand-poured version from ZOAconcept consists of an organic soy wax candle that is paired with a beautifully decorated concrete vessel. The imprint of the face line art easily lends itself to the trend all the while adding a refreshing layer of interest to the otherwise standard jar.
Choose from an eclectic array of scents—sandalwood and vanilla, grapefruit and sage, and a blend of eucalyptus and lemongrass are just the start—and whether you would rather a cotton wick or a wooden one. Once you’ve burned through the candle, you can even repurpose the jar as a catchall or bud vase for fresh florals.
MarssuArt Abstract Line Art Print
It’s all about the eyes, lips, and hands with this high-contrast print from Etsy maker MarssuArt. The black and white drawing channels the works of Pablo Picasso with its minimalist, continuous theme.
Available as a digital download, you can print it to a scale of your choosing, which means that there’s a lot of room to go here on the customization front. Pair the piece with a thin mat and a sleek and streamlined frame (preferably in black), to accentuate the graphic element of the work. Display the wall art aside a vibrant green plant to take it all to the next level.
Thing Design Abstract Line Art 12 Shower Curtain
Yep, even your shower is able to get the face line art treatment, and we’re so here for it. Leave it to Society6 to get a jumpstart on it all with a cheeky, printed shower curtain that is definitely a step up from traditional plastic liners. Swap out your old shower curtain for this animated pick and watch how quickly it will turn your shower from drab to fab. And if you’re really feeling bold, add a matching bath mat for maximum impact.
Cloudnola Flirt Wall Clock
There's nothing like a piece of décor that's both stylish and functional, and this wall clock is proof that both are possible. The minimalist style features a silhouette from the back, creating a flirty vibe that definitely lives up to its name. It's framed with a light wood finish and finished with sleek black hands, keeping the focus on the art. It's versatile enough to fit with most décor styles, and makes an especially great addition to a home office or kitchen.
Explicit Design For Deny Faces In Dark Outdoor Floor Cushion
While there is no shortage of throw pillows featuring the trendy face line art motif, it's harder to find a version that can seamlessly translate to the outdoors. Designed in collaboration with Explicit Design and Deny Designs, this statement-making find from Urban Outfitters is both comfortable and chic—not to mention primed to bring a little dash of personality to your patio. Featuring UV- and water-resistant coatings, it can weather all kinds of environments and easily last through the summer months.