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Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
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Interior shots
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Wall Art Kitchen splatter and squiggles
I am always drawn to this art.
wall color - not too dark, but contrasts nicely with white art
Darker taupe on entry wall behind console table. Would cause art to pop.
streamlined spaces, a large piece of abstract art adds dimension and movement. The imperfect lines and brushstrokes contrast with sharp edges and sleek surfaces, resulting in eye-catching tension.
taupe is worthy of framing a spectacular view and great art. Did I convince you to try out this wonderful color? Next: Browse more images of taupe in home design
Kristy's choice 1: Large abstract artK: I adore the clean, uncluttered lines of modern art and the way it can look just a little different
“Arnold walls... a bit dark... BM Stone Harbor” — acjk51
sarah & bendrix
bedroom
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Where are these great white lamps from?
small room works with great light fixtures, light/dark bedding and white space
one great piece of art, funky light, white and dark bedding, attached lamps
it being displayed on the wall. The piece shown in this image is so gorgeous and really sets the mood for the room. What I learned: Purchasing one great art piece can take a room to a whole new level.
headboard? Art? One large piece or lots of smaller pieces? Skip art altogether and go for wallpaper? This room solves that dilemma with white trim and walls and a casual approach with the art. There doesn't even seem to be a headboard.
Although I mentioned not wanting to buy expensive art to get tripped
“Love the linens” — William Ohs
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
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2011 HHL Fireplace
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Looking great.. It may enhance the room look if just light shaded cushions gets added up.. Got confused with home improvement? Just have a look into the following .. ...
Great combination of colors and patterns create a unique contrast in this space.
EW: Many tend to love the idea of a two-story great room, but are intimidated by the ceiling height. Can you give us a few words of advice when tackling tall rooms? CE: 1. Unless you have a great art collection, use painted moldings throughout to add depth to walls. 2. Dress tall windows in full height
Blue and black. An often overlooked but absolutely valid combination, blue and black makes people stop and think. Prabal Gurung employes it to great effect in this fall look, and I think it translates beautifully for the home. If you've already got the groundwork in place (a blue rug, sofa or curtains)
“color mix” — hgoodnow1604
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Houston Loft
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ugly sofa. great space. ABSOLUTELY love the window ! love the brick under the window, great idea ! built in bookcase is to die for.
general, I knew that the client had a great art collection, interesting artifacts from her travels and lots of wonderful books," she says. "So we wanted to create a backdrop, making sure the view was most important, and then your eye shifts to all the owner's great pieces."The floors throughout the apartment
“exposed wirings” — yvadelan
Violet & George
2 Reviews
Hyde Park Apartment
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a modern mezzanine, with great art and striking shelving completing this pared-back but stylish space.Enjoy more amazing mezzanines
Upcycle and customiseSometimes arrangement is everything – so think like a design pro and use budget buys in a novel way. Shelving is a great example. You can create
“That shelving” — picklebug92
Maureen Stevens
5 Reviews
Interiors Styling
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Infuse daily life with art and beauty
Infuse your daily life with art and beauty. Whatever that means to you: Put flowers around the house, read more, listen to great music or inspire yourself by viewing great art, learning new things and saying yes to spontaneous adventures.Tell us: What are your favorite simple pleasures?
your daily life with art and beautyWhatever that means to you – put flowers around the house, read more, listen to great music or inspire yourself by viewing great art, learning new things and saying yes to spontaneous adventures.TELL USWhat are your favourite simple pleasures? Let us know in the comments
Infuse your daily life with art and beautyWhatever that means to you: Put flowers around the house, read more, listen to great music, go to view beautiful art, learn new things or say yes to spontaneous adventures.What are your favourite simple
“candlesticks” — raggedyann50
Farmhouse Hall
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What is used to hang the leaf art, a thumbtack?
Clear plastic push pins are used to attach the art.
old chest and dried leaf wall art
Framed, these leaves make great art!
Leaf art could replicate w J
how this organized grid cleaned up the look of an autumn leaf display. More Art Arrangement Advice: How to Display Family Photos Easy Decorating: Great Plate Arrangements Make a Place for Children's Art
Artwork looks great when grouped in a collection; create a fall display by tearing out leaf pictures
Small art gains strength in numbers. Postcard-size leaf prints make a strong visual impact when they're massed over a sideboard.
A grid of leaf prints becomes a one-of-a-kind piece of art.Get more ideas in the DIY section
“I like this” — sweetoes
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
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who is the art work by
Howard has printed a giclee of this image so if you can't afford an original painting, it is a great inexpensive alternative.
It is by my husband Howard Hersh. You can find his art on ...
Great reference info for hanging artwork
Beckwith InteriorsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Another rule of thumb for hanging art is to center it at eye level. Consider
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
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.
“Picture” — offthecuff
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