218,746 art display Home Design Photos

Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Gretchen
Ideabooks1,930
Questions2
Would I want to have this space of tacking work on the walls not for public display but as I way to see anod work on
easy concept to a small space for an art studio
Would love to have an art room
Place to put idea tear sheets and art
nice use of the wire rack for art supplies
Gretchen plans to extend her art studio farther into their back garden. For now she works in this quaint and colorful room just off the garage. It is filled with her canvases and includes clippings for inspiration. "Whatever I see that inspires me, I'll paint," she says. She has been painting since she
“fruit tree” — lastofirst
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My Houzz: Midcentury Heirlooms and Artwork Charm a 1908 Mississippi Home
Ideabooks543
Questions0
Licence plate art - who knew!
love how the plates are displayed!
All of our license plates...great wall art
grandfather collected these Illinois license plates and displayed them in his garage. When Megan’s grandmother moved, Megan and her sister inherited several pieces of furniture and keepsakes from the home, including the license plates. Megan displays the collection in her dining room exactly like she remembered
Renters may be reluctant to make holes in the walls, but small holes are easily patched and covered, so please don’t let that stop you. Putting your art, photos and objects on the walls is one of the quickest ways to make a house feel like a home. It’s a step that, while in reality is easily changed,
“license plate wall art” — dmnicholson13
JONATHAN CALVERT | Interiors Photographer
1 Review
Portfolio
Ideabooks2,691
Questions7
Where can I purchase the two matching art pieces?
Where can you buy wall art like this?
where can I purchase wall art and candles?
Clever way to display art with
picture displayed with mirrors
mirrors n wall art combi
Candles, mirrors and art
Wall art...Art pieces...wall art/mirrors...wall art...Art n mirror mix...Art and mirrors...Wall art/mirror
“Candice living room” — mahlberg5
In Detail Interiors
12 Reviews
Casual sophisticate: Bayou Project
Ideabooks607
Questions0
display area on end cap of cabinets
plate and tray display
end of cupboard display
Interesting end display
shelves on end for display
The plate display cabinet
Side display...Display shelves...End of unit display...area to display...platter display
“buffet on the outside” — Jerry Picaizen
lisa k. tharp - k. tharp design
7 Reviews
Coastal Loft Living Room
Ideabooks12,640
Questions18
piece that Lisa discovered in an antique shop. Driftwood quatrefoil side tables host glazed and linen lamps. Lisa repurposed a vintage glass pie display as unique side table and gave Teri Malo's "Poem for a Nauset Afternoon" oil painting pride of place over the sofa. Photo by Eric Roth.
DESIGN NEW ENGLAND magazine described Boston designer Lisa K. Tharp's Coastal Loft interiors - where Beach meets SoHo - as living like "an art gallery by the sea". First, Tharp layered in architectural details, including custom cabinetry and a window seat to frame the view. Linen draperies reinforce
Glass display cabinet/end table next to chair.
comment! The quatrefoil side tables flanking the sofa are available at fine retailers or via my design firm. The glass side table is a vintage pie display that I repurposed for setting down a beverage or your favorite read. :) lisa k. tharp K. T H A R P D E S I G N - Fine interiors 978.505.1310
“burlap, a little rust and crust, belgian” — Becky Harris
Dumican Mosey Architects
Pacific Ave Artist Studio
Ideabooks9,932
Questions9
Where can I find an art cart like this?
Love the art cart! Where can I find a similar one?
Studio. An art studio need not be large, just full of great natural light. Arrange a comfortable chair with easels close to a window. Consider neutral colors for walls and floor coverings. Include a space to store supplies and a sink for cleanup if possible.
5. StudioAn art studio need not be
part with the best light. Light is always important, but this is especially true for creatives who may need to check colors, photograph products or display artwork. This attic space has great lighting conditions with those extra skylights — an ideal painter's studio.
StudioAn art studio doesn’t need to be large, just full of great natural light. Arrange a comfortable chair with easels close to a window. Consider neutral colours
“art studio” — jilmardods
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks7,093
Questions5
General arrangement of furniture and art
Art. It all looks like art.
art grouping balanced with the chair
here: the configuration and variation of art on the wall. Would love to do something like this across from the couch.
Depending on how you feel, one option is to give the collection to someone who has a similar interest and can continue the hobby. The second is to display a portion of the collection while saving the remainder for another family member.
“Marcos” — izuniga
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo Living Room
Ideabooks49,042
Questions18
piece of art that's demonstrably bigger, weight the center with darker pieces and frames
when displaying yours — maybe travel, family, landscapes or objects. It doesn't really matter, as long as the pictures make you happy. If you have a more formal room, a symmetrical display of photos sized and framed identically would work well. However, the Victorians loved to create tight displays of
up a parent more than someone else's talking about his or her children, especially if you are discussing how much the children's images should be displayed throughout the home. As with all aspects of design, there is no right or wrong way; there are only suggestions, style tips and advice. You take from
works for you and discard the rest. I confess that I am firmly in the less-is-more category when it comes to photos and where and how they should be displayed. How to Manage a Growing CollectionCollections of framed family photos typically happen over time. You buy a few cute frames here and there; someone
“Cuadros 3” — improvement home
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