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Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
If your home's curve is too drastic to accommodate a salon-style gallery, work the area as its own large piece of art. A cost-effective way to do this is with a prefab wall mural. You can find an awesome, uber-affordable world map mural at Amazon.
“12「45 八点广大很多” — 54919399
Blue Tangerine Art
Art as Pop
new for your walls? If you've been living with the same prints and other art for years (or decades), make a date to take yourself to an art show, gallery or student sale and pick out a few fresh pieces that speak to you. New art on the walls can do wonders!
“The table with a mirror over it” — 123jill
Restructure Studio
10 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Residence
the house to both accommodate the needs of the tree and highlight it. Downstairs the deck and three walls of glass face the trunk, and upstairs a gallery of windows looks out at the branches.The deck and part of the home’s foundation are cantilevered, allowing the home to sit above the tree and leaving
“Save the tree” — abcool
Pascoe Interiors
Coach House
area that backs onto the kitchen. The midcentury armchairs are from the Antimott series by Knoll. The owners also wanted the entire house to have a gallery feel, so Clare used White Lodge matt emulsion by Albany throughout the property to create a coherent look.
“Flooring” — yafenid
Michelle Hinckley
Kid's Room.
doesn't always have to mean big bucks. Simply framing something inexpensive like a map or even blueprints can be just as artful as something from a gallery. For blueprints online, check out this Etsy shop.
“Love the map” — pisang
PS & Daughters
9 Reviews
422 Green St
swivel chairs on rosewood bases are originals by Milo Baughman. Schuh had wanted them for a long time, but could find them only in high-end furniture galleries for $8,000 a pair. Luckily, she discovered a pair piled in the back of a Palm Beach store for $800, and re-covered them. The side table to the left
“valspar asiago” — yruaskingme
William Britten
Little Bit of Thoreau in the Blue Ridge Mountains
other nature photos in the Smoky Mountains near Gatlinburg, about an hour and a half away, where he and his wife have their main home. They own a gallery, where they sell Britten's photos to tourists.
“love this!” — Hoddy
Upscale Construction
1 Review
Spruce Street
Many abstract painters use large canvases. On white walls, they create a gallery effect. This one uses color and texture to create a soothing, dreamlike feeling.
“Great picture” — geoffpaton
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