When it comes to arranging our place, 3D prints can become a very interesting accent. They are immediately catching our attention because they appear to be “alive”. Animals depicted on them seem to move. Vegetation undulates. Waves roll into the beach. Imagine a V formation of wild geese flying “out of the wall” in your living room or clouds drifting just under your ceiling. To put it short, 3D prints are “disrupting” the geometry of the room. By bending the planes, they make flat walls look new and interesting. Some of them, especially the ones depicting gates, paths or tunnels, can optically enlarge the enclosed space. The smaller the interior, the bigger should be the picture. The bigger the picture, the better the illusion that is visually “broadening” the space that surrounds us.
3D prints can depict more than only existing places. Pictures with abstract shapes are very intriguing. This kind of decoration will be perfect for more modern arrangements, where raw minimalism blends with cubes, blots or balls, which will look as if they were coming out of the wall in our direction. But, because they are just an optical illusion, they won't require additional space like for example convex furniture. The room is automatically becoming less claustrophobic. We stop feeling pressed on, what reduces the amount of stress and allows us to feel better every day.