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Le Marche St. George
lower chest/trunk w modern art above!
the contemporary art
Wall art...The art
Contemporary Arts & Craft
The linear fireplace with stainless trim creates a dramatic focal point in this contemporary family room. Dave Adams Photography
I like the idea of a CONTEMPORARY Arts & Crafts design!
The linear fireplace with stainless trim creates a dramatic focal point in this contemporary family room.Dave Adams Photography
Sroka Design, Inc.
A Designer's Home
Traditional living room contemporary art
Wallpaper- furniture- mirror- wall art.
wall art...wall art...art work
Joani Stewart-Georgi - Montana Ave. Interiors
Marina Del Rey Residence
rgi loves contemporary art. Both the painting and the mirror in this dining room were designed by friends of hers — the gorgeous mirror is made of stainless steel tubes welded together to look like bamboo. Mirror: Susan Landau DesignsChandelier: Charles JacobsonChairs: Room & BoardArt: Amadea Bailey
Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec: Bivouac
A shot of the "Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: Bivouac" exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Photograph: John Hill
while letting plenty of light through.Exhibition info: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: Bivouac continues through January 20, 2013, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Martyn Clarke Architecture
Killowen Road E9
Display creativelyContemporary art belongs in a contemporary home, but the way in which it’s displayed is almost as important as the colour and style of the piece. Here, a low shelf, running right along the room, provides space to show off pictures without the need to hammer hooks into walls. The result
result is stylish, but beautifully flexible, too, so you can create fresh arrangements whenever you buy a new piece of art.
roth sheppard architects
imagery. Clean geometrical forms are simply clad in wood, stone and metal, creating an aesthetic that is rooted in tradition yet respectful of a contemporary lifestyle. The interior flows from an open kitchen living concept to a more traditional layout of defined rooms. An artist studio with an exterior
Media Room Seating
The home balances country charm and contemporary art, and the Hirsches' vast art collection is evident in almost every room. The art in this room beautifully complements the upholstered furniture, such as this chair from the Mimi London showroom at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California