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Frameless, hand painted artwork on canvas. Canvas is stretched and mounted to wooden stretching bars. Due to the handcrafted nature of this artwork, each piece may have subtle differences
A commission for a non denominational space in a hospital. Sewn new and recycled silk from antique kimonos and thrift store dresses combined with Japanese paper.
Hadley Hutton is one of my all time favorites. She uses beautiful colors, soft lines and always brings gorgeous nature into her work.
I love the colors of this topographic map. It's also a smart piece of art to add to your office for those days that you're day dreaming of travel.
Topographic USA Wall Map
Digitally printed. Gallery-wrapped canvas. Hand applied acrylic glaze. My goal is to convey the essence of a landscape, explains Asheville artist, Wendy Whitson. "I want to know where the viewer enters and how they will explore it." This golden scene draws you into a grove of sun-dappled birch...
Birch Grove Giclee Print
Hand-forged tulips and matching frame. Antiqued gold leaf finish with a charcoal gray wash. Arrives ready to hang. Bring nature indoors with our open-backed Metal Flowers Art that will delicately pop from any wall surface. Hang all three pieces together as a dimensional triptych, or display each...
Show your pride for the USA with a United States Plaque crafted of wood composites to look like real license plates. This piece would be a great focal point in a playroom or a teenager's bedroom. Plaque measures 36”Lx24”H
United States Plaque
This is the perfect black and white addition for a gallery wall. The drama in this piece is breathtaking; it's like ink.
A unique and fun piece of art, this Acrylic Tree Plaque would look great on any large wall in need of a pretty decorative accent. This whimsical tree would also be a fun piece for a teenage girls room.
Acrylic Tree Plaque
Let your imagination take over when deciding how to use our industrial modern and rustic number signs. Each of the twelve tin signs features a numeral and the creatively-placed written word. What a trendy and unique statement these will make! Dimensions: 10.5"w x 14"h each
Transform your home theatre into a vintage drive-in with this unique sign. Hand painted and distressed each sign comes with strand of 25, C-9 clear bulbs. Some assembly is required. Can be used indoors or out. Add a wonderful rustic look to your home and gardens décor with hand crafted aged metal...
Drive-In Lighted Sign
Abstract impressionist Kline wielded an intense brush stroke and was especially known for his use of black and white with color. This museum-quality print will deliver energetic impact to your modern setting.
Subway art is incredibly popular right now and fits in oh-so-well with that Industrial Chic look. I love the pops of red and yellow in this piece — and the price!
Erin Powley "Subway Art"
Wowza, I love this! I could see it sandwiched between portraits of parents and children or family names. I love the scale too.
This fun sign from Sundance adds quirky charm to a kitchen. It's another way of saying "help yourself to whatever's in the fridge." Made by an Amish craftsman called Rusty Merv.
Bring nature inside with this beautiful set of Bird and Vine wall panels. The colors are soft and muted making this set a great look for almost any room. Use each panel individually or together for a bigger impact.
Bird Panel, Set of 2
Angelo Franco's "Floral Bouquet Sage" is available in sizes 24x30, 30x40 for $249, and 45x60 for $389
Love your art bright, bold and quirky? I know I do. This vintage map overprinted with the tongue-in-cheek message is available from the Keep Calm Gallery.
Get Lost Print
These chair covers were designed as part of my showcase at Architectural Digests Home Design Show, Dining By Design.
Glam Chair Slipcovers
Is anybody not dreaming of Paris? Little Brown Pen's photography makes sure we do. I love how she shows the city in a different way — avoiding all the clichés! Many different sets are available, all categorized by color, which means you're sure to find a set that's perfect for your decor.
While many of us associate tung trees with the furniture oil produced from their seeds, in Asia wood from this fast-growing, deciduous tree is greatly admired for its density, texture, and durability. Our stately panels help explain why. Beautifully hand-carved, each lightweight panel displays...
There are so many great ways to use monograms in your decor. I would love to see this shiny gold letter sitting in the center of a mantel as a declaration of family loyalty.
A super simple canvas with a concise, well-edited palette of hues will complement many a space, without being overpowering at all.
Atlas 39, Large
Composed of 9 pressed tin panels, this room divider/creen will feel like a piece of art to be admired and enjoyed.
Custom Tin Room Screen
If you have a soft spot in your heart for all things Jane Austen, then this sweeping watercolor will speak to you.
Walking On The Edge Of The Isle By...
It can sometimes be intimidating finding just the right accessories or art for large wall spaces. This beautiful shadowbox with a tortoise finish, measures 35.75”Lx35.75”H and will add beauty and style to any room. Pair it with other pieces of art for a full wall arrangement.
Paisley Dreams Shadowbox
This print is absolutely hilarious. It would be the perfect way to add a little humor into a living room or a nursery.
And ain't it the truth? I'd like to hang this in my entryway to as an update to the standard "Home Sweet Home" print.
ArmourCast is used to create stunning three-dimensional cast designs that look and feel like stone - suitable for external and internal applications. The material and manufacture process are ideally suited to creating shapes and designs that are too complex for a hand applied finish of Polished...
ArmourCast - stone finish pre-cast...
For those of you who preferred art class to geography in school, this pretty watercolor is your kind of world map.
Watercolor Map of the World Map...
In his quest to preserve the beauty of traditional Islamic architecture, Alan Adams has created another modern-day masterpiece. His Al Shams lattice panel is inspired by 14th century Mamluk architecture from Cairo, Egypt. This pattern once decorated a pair of minbar doors in the Mosque of Emir Sayf...