This black and white painting reminds me so much of Franz Kline. I love the smudgy look of the lines and the bold simplicity of teh piece.
So many people hate minimalism (my dad included) - which makes putting it in your living room a pretty bold statement. I love this matte colors and the way they work with the all white space.
Ah, abstract expressionism. Emotions and tantrums on canvas. This wall-sized painting is fantastic and dramatic - if only I had a room big enough to accommodate it.
Speaking of expressionism, this Pollock-style drip painting is just as emotional and energetic, but more manageable in terms of scale.
This rainbow striped painting reminds me so much of 1960's Op art...and of 1980's zip up hoodies.
These interchangeable tiles aren't abstract, exactly, but they do give the owner the opportunity to mix things up and play Cubist-at-home.
This room has always been one of my favorite Houzz photos, thanks to the gorgeous play between that rich blue and the yellow and red painting.
These panels are a fun way to incorporate a little graphic design into a kid's room.
I am a little obsessed with the idea of using this as a room divider. I love the way it creates a film over the space behind it - it's art that's really functional.
Marching paintings up a wall and across a ceiling is a fun way to play with traditional ideas about presentation.