13,627 personalized pop art Home Design Photos

Jodell Clarke Designs
13 Reviews
Heather Lane
Living room with an updated feel that blends the family's collections of antiques and art. Photo by shoot2sell.
color combos with art and pillows
and feel...art work focal
Love the pops of color
Artwork- oversized accessories color pop
Pops of color...The pop of red....Colors art
“B. M. Off white walls and ceiling” — triciarogers
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Where can I get that piece of art?
your painting is great. Try a picture light to highlight your art piece
This fabric is an Allegra Hicks fabric through Lee Jofa. It looks red in the photo but is more pink in person.
little red pillow really makes artwork pop
Use balance in art. Painting has a lot of black and a little red so same combo repeated in sofa and cushion
I like the art and would like to know how to purchase it
This is the kind of art I don't mind having. I like the black with a drop of
bright bright white, but the art and furnishings tone it down and make it so lounge-y and relaxing.
2. Use balance of color. This art has a lot of black with just a little bit of red. The black sofa with just a little red pillow keeps the same balance of colors as the art. Carrying that balance of
“Cool lamp” — jshwartz99
Judith Balis Interiors
11 Reviews
Traditional Bathroom
It is indeed 2cm, which I personally prefer in a bathroom. Cheers
Rohl makes similar, if not exact: Rohl U.3723LS-2 Georgian Era Widespread Bathroom Faucet with Alsace Metal Lever Handles and Pop-Up Drain ... :) Rhoda
Add accessories. Personalizing a space always makes it feel more homey and comfortable.
greatest impact for the least amount of money, hands down. The right color can open up a cramped space, make a large room feel cozier or add instant personality to a basic bath. And all it takes to create a unique striped pattern or a zany geometric design is a roll of painter's tape and a sharp pencil.
“sinks” — katieanand
Ba Design Group
Grovernor 1
The shelves and art in office
Simple white and pop.
Pop art, white walls
shelves for Eve's art
The art display shelf
cool art ledge!...Pop art...Art and desk...Shelf for art...Color pop...displaying kids art...pop art wall...Wall art...pop art
“Picture ledge” — arissamp
Tina Kuhlmann
No 2
like the folding cupboard above washer/dryer, and the baskets for each person
The little personalized baskets above the machines.
baskets for each person for missing socks
personalized baskets!!
arts n crafts
“Floor” — samichellel
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Euro Flair
too. It needs art light though.
can i contact the artist for the paneled art on the wall
loce the art on the wall
Love this art. Can I recreate it
Abstract art creates a soft, modern setting when paired with organic forms such as this live-edge wood table.
Your ArtArt is very personal, so express yourself in the art you buy for your home. If you are an artist yourself, that's even better. Make your home your
together beautifully. And that’s your goal. Pick elements from the style of your art piece, such as the palette, medium or technique, to start your design. Try looking for features such as similarity to a particular period in art history to direct the context you create.In this example, complex, warm colors
“Painting and chairs” — Jennifer A. Emmer/Feng Shui Style
Bohemian Apartment Blue Wall with Piano
artwork pops out... unified by frames and wall color
Shelves - painting same color as wall to make art pop
wall and shelves a single color to make the artwork pop.
the way the art is displayed, not the color or piano.
painting a wall and shelves same color makes artwork pop
shelves showcase the kids' art and book collections, while drawers corral loose items and toys.Paint: Utah Sky, Benjamin Moore
These deep, custom-built picture ledges made from MDF can also double as bookshelves.Tip: Paint the wall and shelves a single color to make the artwork pop.
Leaving aside the all-blue paint treatment (whoa!), leaning kids' art along a ledge such as this shows it off in a casual, graphic way and makes it easy to rotate regularly. In such a bold space, too many vivid artworks might have overpowered each other. Instead, the brighter ones are balanced by more
“Piano color” — rachelbulloch
Dona Rosene Interiors
14 Reviews
Uptown High Rise
Sorry...The photo with your question was of the bed... The art over the sofa was from Tuesday Morning, a close-out discount store.
Investing in one fun piece will set the tone for a great pop in the space and give it a fun, personal touch.
The blue accent! It really pops
I like the color pop
Squares Nail Wall Art
The wall art...Bedroom POP color...The pop of colors...wall art...contemporary art...metal art
“Chair” — zelmar7
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