7 Jungle Wall Art Décor Ideas To Create A Fun and Glamorous Escape
Welcome to the jungle wall art! Explore these strikingly bright botanicals and lush palm leaves. To create a fun, glamorous escape, you can incorporate tropical birds and monkeys. Exotic jungle meets the wild with globally-inspired decorative patterns.
Jungle wall art makes a great addition to any nursery, kid's bedroom, playroom, or living room. It's versatile.
Are you looking for jungle wall décor ideas? Look no further. Anyone who loves the jungle will love our selection below:
1. Large Flower Power Jungle Gallery Collage Wall
Large Flower Power Gallery Collage Wall
Get inspired by our jungle wall art idea for your living room. Gallery wall collage set with black pine/oak wood frames with shatterproof, transparent plexiglass. FSC-certified premium quality wall art print made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper from responsibly sourced wood fiber.
2. Singes et perroquet dans la forêt vierge (1906) by Henri Rousseau
Singes et perroquet dans la forêt vierge (1906) by Henri Rousseau
Rousseau's most famous and celebrated works were the ones that were jungle-inspired, and it is also the reason why he is called a primitive artist.
However, what's interesting about this is that Rousseau had never been in a jungle environment! He created these images purely out of imagination, and he listened to his friends in the military that had been in Mexico and visited the botanical garden in Paris. Based on this, he used his imagination to create jungle images, which makes his creations even more inspiring!
So from his imagination, he created animals, fruits, and jungles, and he did so in beautiful colors to create a tropical setting!
3. The Dream (1910) by Henri Rousseau
The Dream (1910) by Henri Rousseau
If there is one thing that the story of Rousseau teaches us, it is that we should never pay any mind to those who say we can’t, and we must pursue our passions to realize our potential, as without taking the risk, we will never know.
4. Mata Mua (1892) by Paul Gauguin
Mata Mua (1892) by Paul Gauguin
As Gauguin left to live with the savages (his words, not ours!), he discovered to his disappointment, that French Polynesia wasn't untouched and that the French colonization set its marks. Hence, the paintings weren't actual representations of what he saw but simply his imagination mixed with what he saw so he could further enhance the view of the exotic and tropical Polynesia.
5. Botanica Garden Number 3 by Elena Kiannu
Botanica Garden Number 3 by Elena Kiannu
This painting belongs to the Botanical Garden collection series. Each painting has a unique combination of plants and trees that can be grown in different parts of the world. I was inspired to create the Botanical Garden collection by researching new flowers and plants and bringing them together in organic chaos. It was my goal to show how plants and flowers can coexist. I traveled through a world of botanical gardens even though I stayed at home, and it helped me get through the Covid pandemic.
6. Sadness by Oana Mazarache
This work is part of my ongoing project on human emotion, which started in 2014. This is the sadness of the contemporary man who knows how far he is from himself and nature. He is filled with loneliness, and his only option is to embrace himself in the hope that from now on, he will follow a better lifestyle.
I believe that sadness isn't a bad or negative emotion. On the contrary, it is essential for people to feel it from time to time because it helps them understand life's experiences and appreciate others.
7. Window in the jungles by Kseniya Scher
Window in the jungles by Kseniya Scher
During covid, I felt captured in lockdown; as I was limited to my home and unable to travel, I allowed myself to travel in my mind. I used to look out of my window and fantasize about seeing a warm jungle and tropical, and with this print, I wanted to share that feeling with the viewer.