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Tyrol Hills Modern
The artwork next to the lights
Tiled entry, grey feature wall and vertical stack of artwork
love this - artwork placement, scones and bench!
ceilings, try a vertical stack of artwork. It’s easy to create a grouping of artwork from an old atlas, a book with botanical or wildlife plates, or a calendar.
12. If your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artworkIt’s easy to create a grouping of artwork from an old atlas, a book with
Emily A. Clark
Hallway with Kids Artwork Displayed
I just LOVE-LOVE- children's artworks! To me, they are pure masterpieces! Thanks for sharing :)
A gallery of framed children's artwork lends a sentimental touch to the simple entryway. A row of hooks is at just the right level for her children to hang up bags and coats.
The mudroom is the first point of entry for a lot of kids, so mount their prized artwork where they can see it right away
Mid century modern family home situated one metre from workaMy Houzz: Connecting
Oversize art. If you have a large expanse of brick to cover — a fireplace that reaches all the way to a high ceiling, for instance — artwork is a great way to break it up. As long as your brick is not a really bright red, most artwork should work
expanse of brick to cover — a fireplace that reaches all the way to a high ceiling, for instance — artwork is a great way to break it up. As long as your brick is not a really bright red, most artwork should work with it. If you are unsure, try bringing a clear photograph of your fireplace with you when
Cover big expanse of brick with oversized artwork to break up the lines.
Placing lots of chairs around the fire, a large coffee table in the middle, and an artwork above the fireplace is a lovely way to arrange a lounge room. Here you don’t have to turn your back on the artwork to look at the fire; you can absorb both at once.
Modern Home In The Middle Of St. John's
Another view of this room. Love the artwork, clean open feel of room.
Here, colorful artwork and a fun ottoman add life to the room.
White by Benjamin Moore as an ideal backdrop for the family's colorful accessories, artwork and furniture. "I love the use of white and natural materials, particularly when infused with bold color in the form of artwork, pillows or accessories," says Susan. One of her favorite interior designers is Britain's
White by Benjamin Moore as an ideal backdrop for the family’s colourful accessories, artwork and furniture. ‘I love the use of white and natural materials, particularly when infused with bold colour in the form of artwork, cushions or accessories,’ says Susan. One of her favorite interior designers is Britain’s
LOVE this colorful artwork above a low headboard - like mine!!!
Fabric stretched over frame for artwork mixed in with drawings
Your favorite textile can also be stretched over a frame, as has been done here. You can use one piece of fabric or sew several pieces together to create as large an artwork as your wall and your
textile can also be stretched over a frame, as has been done here. You can use one piece of fabric or sew several pieces together to create as large an artwork as your wall and your frame will accommodate.
If your artwork has bright hues, don't think that your wall color must be equally vivid. Softer, muted paint colors will allow your piece to shine, while playing down the rest of the room.Paint Pick: Honeywheat 179 by Benjamin Moore
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
A wall on which to hang artwork
Day 4: Organize art.Decluttering tasks: Children’s artwork is a special case because it pulls at our heartstrings … and because they create so much of it! If you are having trouble letting go of your child’s work, remember that to kids, it is much more about the process than the product. It’s OK to keep
keep a few pieces that best represent who your child was at each age and stage, and let the rest go.If you have a big backlog of artwork to go through, enlist your child’s help to pick favorites. If you have any favorites, keep those too and toss the rest in the recycling bin.Sort the keepers by date
labeling those without dates as accurately as you can remember. Don’t be afraid to guess — your memory will only become hazier as time goes on.Store artwork in a large art portfolio or lidded plastic bin.If you have old 3D projects that are too big to store or are too fragile to keep long-term, snap a picture
Works Photography Inc.
Works Photography Inc.
Roblin's studio is truly a multifunctional space. "The mezzanine is the creative hub," says Roblin, "since many of my original sketches for major artworks are done either in notebooks or on my Mac in this area. A wall of bookshelves provides easy access to my reference books and CD files on architecture
recently finished work. If I have a particularly large painting project, the rug is rolled up and the area is prepared for creative work."All of the artwork is by Roblin: "Choreography" (above chairs) and "Fountainhead" (at top of stairs) are from his "Spanda" series. Flanking the room, left to right, are
director of Saatchi's London gallery. "As an artist sells more works and has more exhibitions, then their prices will incrementally increase." Where the artwork is sold — directly through the artist, in a small gallery or in a high-end gallery — affects price as well, as the total price at a gallery will include