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Contemporary Handwoven Wall Fiber Art, Black Live Edge Form by Mimi Jung
By Mimi Jung
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Black live edge form Measures: 25” x 30” x 2” 2018 Colors: Black, white and aluminum Frame: Satin finish aluminum Materials: Mohair, cotton and satin finish aluminum Contempor...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Post-Modern Contemporary Art

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Aluminum

Contemporary Handwoven Wall Fiber Art, Pale Blue Live Edge Form by Mimi Jung
By Mimi Jung
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pale blue live edge form Measures: 25” x 30” x 2” 2018 Colors: Pale blue, white and aluminum Frame: Satin finish aluminum Materials: Mohair, cotton and satin finish aluminum C...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Minimalist Contemporary Art

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Aluminum

Contemporary Weaving Textile Fiber Art, Tan Live Edge by Mimi Jung
By Mimi Jung
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Tan live edge forms Natural fibers, plywood and aluminium frame Measures: 30” x 44” x 2” 2018 Colors: Taupe and white Frame: Solid aluminium Materials: Mohair, cotton, plywood ...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Post-Modern Contemporary Art

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Aluminum

Contemporary Weaving Textile Art, Neon Yellow Live Edge Forms by Mimi Jung
By Mimi Jung
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Neon yellow and taupe live edge forms Measures: 90" x 71.5" x 2" 2018. Colors: Neon yellow, taupe, and white Frame: Oil finished solid white oak Materials: Mohair, cotton, white...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Post-Modern Contemporary Art

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Mohair, Oak

Modern Live Edge Undulating Wall Sculpture or Headboard
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Hand-carved tropical wood sculpture or headboard with undulating design. Live edge conacaste wood with natural variegated graining and colors, from light to dark. Slab is 1.5 inch th...
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21st Century and Contemporary Guatemalan Organic Modern Wall-mounted Scu...

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Wood

Pair of African Tribal Live Edge African Sculptural Panels
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A pair of exotic hard wood panels with hand carved wood tribal male and female figures. Each panel with three hand carvings spaced evenly on the panels, mid-20th century. 53.5 inches...
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Vintage 1950s African Tribal Wall-mounted Sculptures

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Hardwood

George Nakashima Live Edge Wall Shelf
By George Nakashima
Located in New York, NY
A George Nakashima live edge wall shelf in walnut, circa 1967, with original invoice.
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Vintage 1960s American Mid-Century Modern Shelves and Wall Cabinets

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Walnut

  • George Nakashima Live Edge Wall Shelf
  • George Nakashima Live Edge Wall Shelf
  • George Nakashima Live Edge Wall Shelf
  • George Nakashima Live Edge Wall Shelf
H 39 in. W 13 in. D 11 in.
Julian Watts "Live Edge II"
By Julian Watts
Located in New York, NY
Hand carved wall sculpture in big leaf maple wood with white oak frame and pink stain details within the natural live edge crevice. Made by Oregon based artist Julian Watts.
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2010s American Wall-mounted Sculptures

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Maple, Oak

  • Julian Watts "Live Edge II"
  • Julian Watts "Live Edge II"
  • Julian Watts "Live Edge II"
  • Julian Watts "Live Edge II"
H 49 in. W 36 in. D 2.25 in.
Julian Watts "Live Edge I" Carved Wood Sculpture
By Julian Watts
Located in New York, NY
Hand carved wall sculpture in big leaf maple wood with white oak frame and pink stain details within the natural live edge crevice. Made by Oregon based artist Julian Watts.
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2010s American Contemporary Art

Materials

Maple, Oak

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Free-Form Black Walnut Live Edge Slab Wall Shelf
By George Nakashima
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Vintage free-form wall hanging slab walnut wall shelf in the George Nakashima style. Item features wood is believed to be solid black walnut, maker is unknown, great aesthetic appeal...
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Mid-20th Century American Rustic Shelves and Wall Cabinets

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Walnut

George Nakashima Live Edge Floating Wall Shelf
By George Nakashima
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Beautiful walnut live edge floating wall shelf from George Nakashima. Solid walnut, live edge with beautiful lines and asymmetrical shape. Measures: 37" L x 16" W x 3.25...
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Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Shelves and Wall Cabinets

Materials

Walnut

Set of Four Live Edge Nakashima Style Floating Shelves Mid-Century Modern
By George Nakashima
Located in Pemberton, NJ
Fabulous set of four different size solid walnut sculptural Nakashima style floating shelves. Each one is a different size and shape and can be arranged in many ways. The two largest...
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Vintage 1960s American Mid-Century Modern Shelves and Wall Cabinets

Materials

Walnut

Live Edge Wall Decorations For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are several options of live edge wall decorations available for sale. Each of these unique live edge wall decorations was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, fabric and mohair. There are 5 antique and vintage live edge wall decorations for sale at 1stDibs, while we also have 6 modern editions to choose from as well. Live edge wall decorations have long been popular, with older editions for sale from the 20th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 21st Century. Live edge wall decorations are generally popular furniture pieces, but Mid-Century Modern style is often sought at 1stDibs. Mimi Jung, Julian Watts and George Nakashima each produced beautiful live edge wall decorations that are worth considering.

How Much are Live Edge Wall Decorations?

The average selling price for at 1stDibs is $5,998, while they’re typically $1,075 on the low end and $18,500 highest priced.

Finding the Right Wall Decorations for You

An empty wall in your home is a blank canvas, and that’s good news. Whether you’ve chosen to arrange a collage of paintings in a hallway or carefully position a handful of wall-mounted sculptures in your dining room, there are a lot of options for beautifying your space with the antique and vintage wall decor and decorations available on 1stDibs.

If you’re seeking inspiration for your wall decor, we’ve got some ideas (and we can show you how to arrange wall art, too).

“I recommend leaving enough space above the piece of furniture to allow for usable workspace and to protect the art from other items damaging it,” says Susana Simonpietri, of Brooklyn home design studio Chango & Co.

Hanging a single attention-grabbing large-scale print or poster over your bar or bar cart can prove intoxicating, but the maximalist approach of a salon-style hang, a practice rooted in 17th-century France, can help showcase works of various shapes, styles and sizes on a single wall or part of a wall.

If you’re planning on creating an accent wall — or just aiming to bring a variety of colors and textures into a bedroom — there is more than one way to decorate with wallpaper. Otherwise, don’t overlook what textiles can introduce to a space. A vintage tapestry can work wonders and will be easy to move when you’ve found that dream apartment in another borough.

Express your taste and personality with the right ornamental touch for the walls of your home or office — find a range of contemporary art, vintage photography, paintings and other wall decor and decorations on 1stDibs now.

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