1,009 personalized pop art Dining Design Photos

Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Euro Flair
Ideabooks5,115
Questions7
can i contact the artist for the paneled art on the wall? I love it.
Not too personal I recommend using neutral subject matter when selecting art – nothing too personal that may offend
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
8. Not too personalI recommend using neutral subject matter when selecting art – nothing too personal that may offend a buyer. Preferably
no strong nudes, religious motifs or too many family photos. Save those personal statements for when you are decorating your own home. I prefer simple,
Pair your works with artful furnishings. Functional pieces with museum-collection looks are great to pair with paintings. Many iconic furnishings are included
me too. It needs art light though....Love this art. Can I recreate it?!
“mod” — viens
Camilla Molders
5 Reviews
Camilla Molders Design
Ideabooks2,248
Questions10
Hi Michelle, This piece is from my own personal collection & not for sale. Thanks for your interest though - it is a pretty
I don't want to buy the art work on the wall, but I would like the artists name to maybe buy some of his or her work, Thanks
a big piece of art like this as wall decor in the dining or living room space.
Love the dramatic art on the wall with the pop of red.
who did the art work and is it available?
through cushions, furniture and accessories, just like this example using a pop of red. TOP TIP: Go full scale with your artwork. This gives added focus and
15. Magnetic artWhen a large, detailed artwork like this takes up such a big slice of real estate on a blank wall, the room can’t help but become one of
Painting and pop of chair color
“Kn” — pjtmlh
Collected Interiors
1 Review
North Coogee
Ideabooks1,659
Questions3
Love this project. Love the black and white and pops of color for accessories.
neutrals, white, wood. added colour - rug, pot planters, art.
2. Hang up personalised artworkLarge, dramatic artworks personalise a dining space, but if you prefer a more hands-on
(which is an adventure itself!), a dream holiday or emergencies that may pop up in future.
“Adding a painted black board and some pendant lights is a great way to up the charm in a kitchen” — Illuminate Home Staging
Frederick County Furniture and Accessories
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Jeri Koegel Photography
9 Reviews
Turquoise LA Interior Design - Venice
Ideabooks6,821
Questions7
Vibrant coloured wall space in cupboards for a pop. No cupboard drawers
accented shelves, exposed beam, pop of color
room, in built-ins or stand-alone pieces. It's a great way to update and personalize old furniture, and it works for renters, who may not be able to paint
color. Remove the shelves and paint just the back wall of the bookcase for a pop of color that peeks through. Or paint just the facing edges of the shelves
Great way to bring in a pop of color
“Dining room” — josephinescala
Cristin Priest {Simplified Bee}
4 Reviews
Kitchen Nook
Ideabooks7,573
Questions5
cozy, bright, mod, kids art on walls
Bring in personal touches. Framed children's artwork personalizes this easy-breezy kitchen nook.Learn more about
Love the pop of wallpaper...Kid art.good idea....Art wall...wallpaper, fun kid art...Kids art!!
“Colour, nook” — arthur92
Cynthia Lynn Photography
8 Reviews
The Everygirl
Ideabooks4,099
Questions5
This art work as inspiration, sketch a landmark from the places I want to travel to
Kaczmarski took advantage of the apartment's built-in fireplace and mantel, personalizing the shelves and mantel with knickknacks and keepsakes.She added a small
Kaczmarski took advantage of the flat’s built-in fireplace, personalising the shelves and mantelpiece with knick-knacks and keepsakes.She added
Kaczmarski took advantage of the apartment’s built-in fireplace and mantel, personalising the shelves and mantel with knick-knacks and keepsakes.She added a small
“Color pallete” — Julia Van Der Werf
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks5,246
Questions4
It is by my husband Howard Hersh. You can find his art on ...
and measure the height of the art and divide it in half. Measure 58 inches on the wall, add the measurement of half the art's height and subtract the distance
Use art to set the tone. Cooler temperatures welcome artwork with warm colors. This
2. Hang pieces at eye level. Most galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches high. The center of the artwork, not
Another rule of thumb for hanging art is to center it at eye level. Consider if you'll usually be standing or sitting
who is the art work by
“eye level hanging” — mslatrelle
VisuaLingual
VisuaLingual home/HQ
Ideabooks3,784
Questions3
Split personality. Not content with one gallery wall? Two smaller groupings
Grouping art is fun and for any personality.
Split personality. Not content with one gallery wall? Two smaller groupings of eclectic finds does the trick, too.
12. Mix it up with an art wall that is a joint effortBreak the ice in the new place by combining your
12. Mix it up with an art wall that
“Gallery on green wall :)” — brstumpf
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