It’s been a year of blogging and I have thoroughly enjoyed it, but I have been thinking for a while that I want to introduce new features into my blog and try out a few different things of course all still related to design.
Artwork is one of the elements which feature in almost any drool worthy home. Whether its famous design blogs or home decor magazines, artwork really makes a statement which is personal and transforms any space dramatically. I want to share a few such stunning spaces with you today.
This dining space is given a sense of drama with the addition of this Elliot Osgood artwork as seen in Elle Decor.
Leaving the walls bare might leave a room looking unfinished and adding a piece of great artwork adds character to a space and a focal point like this fabulous abstract artwork photographed by Stuart McIntyre. A whole space can be planned around the artwork and at most times it is really worth the effort like this amazing artwork by Collin Pennock in the home of designer Paul Hecker as featured in Thedesignfiles.
Abstract art makes a bold statement, it’s very presence defines a space. The abstract artwork above the fireplace in the home of interior designer Bunny Turner clearly adds depth and character to the space. To see more of this space please click here.
Portraits are great conversation starters, have one of these and you will not have any awkward pauses while entertaining. The open plan living space in Paris with an art work by Craig Hanna pretty much proves a point.