Dragon decor has been around a lot longer than a lot of folks realize. Some of the oldest wall decor in the world are depictions of dragon-like creatures from the ancient kingdom of Sumer. Dragons have also made their way into paintings, and are featured as statues in ancient China, Mayan Guatemala, and Medieval Europe. Of course, we can't forget about dragon decor in modern times either. Given that any evidence of real, live dragons has yet to be discovered, this decorating theme probably features the most enduring mythical creature on the planet.
If you have yet to pick out a dragon sculpture for your garden, these three tips will help:
- Asian or European?: Decide if the garden would look better with something like the Asian Dragon of the Great Wall Statue, or Desmond the Dragon Statue. Or, since they complement each other, you could also put both on display.
- Don't worry about the dragon sculpture fitting in with other decor: The reason you don't really need to worry about this is because since dragons are classic statuary, there is a dragon sculpture that will fit in with any decorating theme. There are even dragon statues that are simply adorable. "Blushing Babel, the Bashful Dragon" Statue is one such statue.
- Dragon interior decor: Would you like to use your dragon statue as interior decor during the winter months? If so, the Horned Dragon of Devonshire Wall Sculpture works well inside and outside the home.