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Can you please tell me about the circular art on the wall?
What is the piece of art made of? Who made it? Is it one-of-a-kind or mass produced? Where can I find one like it? Thanks!
Where is the wall art from?
looking for similar round wall art, you may be interested in this 3-D piece by artist Bryce Hudson: http://www.houzz.com/photos/4270021/Untitled-Composition--29-by-Bryce-Hudson-contemporary-artwork-new-york. Let me know if you have any questions!
Hi 50shouse, This art is from the homeowners private
I saw an artist similar at Art Miami last year, if I remember correctly. I would need to check my notes to see if I have anything on them.
Love the art piece and the hand end table.
I like this art piece because
Nina van de Goor's Home
Wall full of art for girls room
sitting area off kitchen to display art
great place to frame kids art work....in their clubhouse
Another approach to incorporating children's art into a home is to place these works of art in with other collected images, giving equal weight to all of one's favorite pieces of art — children's and others.
in a folder, display the art in their room. Change out pictures as you see fit to keep the gallery updated.
Covering an entire wall makes a statement. Framed art looks cheerful and colorful in this playroom. This would be a practical way to display your children's art, and they will beam with pride
unifies a colorful gallery of framed pieces of art. The consistent band of color will also add height and width to each piece, allowing your eye to focus on each individual piece of art.
Gary Hutton Design
color (similar colors were used but in different shades i.e: pillow, bed cover, base of the bed, side of the bed, dots in the art work, side bench and the two lamps have similar color with the background of the artwork and with the floor)
framed wall art
What is the art piece above the doorway?
Color scheme would go well with his art idea
Wiltfong found his calling early. “My grandparents operated a telephone exchange out of their home in Fontana, Kansas,” he says. “Grandpa was an ironworker, and Grandma ran the switchboard. When the grandkids came over, he would give us a screwdriver and a hammer and put us to work disassembling old
Robert J. Schroeder Photography
San Mateo, CA
like the way the art is displayed
Art corner (possibly in shared area)
Cool idea to hang kids art and photos!
Racks to dry art work
Cordes à linge d'oeuvres d'art
Hang Andrews art work
Displaying awards and art
hanging art on string
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Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, Pennsylvania
The feature wall in the living area sets the tone for the apartment. Weiss took advantage of the vast wall space by creating a gallery display of art. Spanning the gamut of styles and origins, the pieces are hung asymmetrically, lending to the organic feel of the space. While the thought of fitting
Have any ideas about "Art Deco" of the 1930 era?
Preparing guest room with art deco in mind. Using post World War II bedroom furniture. Furniture is in place, need some art for walls, ceiling light, maybe lamp for bedside table.
I love the art piece with the goblin/ skull...the large horizontal at the top middle. Is it available for purchase anywhere? Thanks!
Love the organisation of the art
How did you organise the art - with regards to drilling/hanging of hooks or nails?
Pool House & Wine Cellar
who is the art work by
It is by my husband Howard Hersh. You can find his art on www.howardhersh.com
Beckwith InteriorsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Another rule of thumb for hanging art is to center it at eye level. Consider
height of the art and divide it in half. Measure 58 inches on the wall, add the measurement of half the art's height and subtract the distance between the wire and the top of the frame. Put the nail here.
galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches high. The center of the artwork, not the top of the piece, should be at that height. This means you need to do some math: Measure the distance between the wire and the top of the frame, and measure the height of the art and divide it in half