Islamic wall art is a beautiful way to add a touch of spirituality to your home decor. The intricate designs and calligraphy used in Islamic art have been used to adorn mosques and palaces for centuries, but now you can bring this stunning art form into your own home.
Islamic art has a long and rich history dating back to the 7th century when Islam was first established. Islamic art includes a wide range of art forms, from calligraphy and architecture to ceramics and textiles. Islamic wall art is often renowned for its intricate designs, bold colors, and use of calligraphy. Quranic verses, Allah, and other religious texts are commonly used as a source of inspiration for Islamic wall art.
Types of Islamic Wall Art
There are several types of Islamic wall art, including calligraphy, geometric patterns, and figurative art. Calligraphy is the most common form of Islamic art and is used to create intricate designs that are often displayed in mosques. Geometric patterns are also a popular form of Islamic wall art, and they are used to create beautiful designs that are both symmetrical and intricate. Figurative art is less common in Islamic wall art, but it can be found in some traditional Islamic homes.
Our Favorite Pieces of Islamic Wall Art
No God But God - This one is probably our favorite because of the beautiful arc design that incorporates the kufi-style script that reads "La ilaha il Allah", which translates to "No God but God. It's clean lines and subtleness just makes this piece our absolute favorite.
Allah Cursive Style - This was one of the first pieces we ever designed and we still absolutely love it. The simple, clean curves gives the pieces a very modern and timeless look while displaying what's most important. You can never go wrong with this piece.
Tall Allah - This pieces is very clean and has a much sharper style than the first two pieces. We love it because it's not immediately apparent to what it displays, but once you see it, you can't unsee it. We love that.
Ramadan Mubarak - Just out for 2023, this pieces displays the phrase "Ramadan Mubarak" in a kufi-style script. We love the contrast of colors available here and it's the perfect seasonal piece for your shelf or wall.
Islamic wall art is a beautiful way to bring a touch of spirituality into your home decor. The intricate designs and patterns of Islamic art have been used for centuries to adorn mosques and palaces. By incorporating Islamic wall art into your home, you can create a serene and calming atmosphere that is both beautiful and meaningful.