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Right Meets Left Design LLC
4 Reviews
Harlem Apartment
modern art piece was used in the small space. A bright pink dress from the client's collection was added, reflecting her personal style. The client's existing bedside tables were re-purposed in the living room as a credenza. The Eames lounge chair is white leather. The turquoise blue lamp base is one
Love the art! Who is the artist?
White Eames chair, fashion as home decor
The Art and using 2 matching end tables together as a console.
“color” — Mr. CabinetCare
Nina van de Goor's Home
Rob's art work and use in his bedroom and bath
I love seeing the kids' artwork - perfect decoration! Makes me happy.
White walls and black couch unify this art gallery
Art display. Use of same frame
children's art into a home is to place these works of art in with other collected images, giving equal weight to all of one's favorite pieces of art — children's and others.
pieces of art. The consistent band of color will also add height and width to each piece, allowing your eye to focus on each individual piece of art.
Including some of your children's artwork with some of your favorite art pieces with give your home life and personality. Plus, it will bring a bright
display the art in their room. Change out pictures as you see fit to keep the gallery updated.
“Light colored frames” — largeguy
sarah & bendrix
living room
Where did you find the wonderful "phrase" art?
comprises decor. I tend to lean toward minimalism but someone who appreciates a spartan, ultra modern space might consider my environment a cluttered mess. Likewise, I love to look at lushly decorated rooms although I wouldn't want to live in one. When you consider your own decor, ask yourself: Is it
A pillow collection and an art arrangement that are seemingly haphazard as shown here, create a dressed-down look with plenty of style.
Ignore principles in favor of creativity. Pillow collection and art arrangement may seem haphazard but create style
furnishing and decorating their home, even if some of them aren’t practical for a particular space. Go with something personal that makes you smile and, above all, is comfortable. Overly designed rooms don’t really translate in modern life. A pillow collection and an art arrangement that are seemingly haphazard
“Photo wall” — 5odells
Goodspeed Architecture
Lake Union Loft
through Seva Home in Seattle. Thanks for your interest.
everything bar stools wall art console
wall art for current main living in room
Wall art for my circle room
clean lines for small space, good art.
Love the decorations
Wall art. Exquisite.
Love the wall decor!
the wall art material?
wall art...Like the 3d art...Art circles...Wall art....art on wall...Wall decoration !!...Nice wall art...The decor....Wall decor...Like wall art...Cool art piece...3D wall art
“Circles on wall” — Rebecca Hernandez
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Living Detail
as wall art. Can someone tell me how you would hang them on the wall?
wall art tile and have our own hanging system. YOu can check this out at our website: http://unaluntile.com/wall-tile-process-installation/installing-wall-tiles/ It's basically a wooden backing on the tile with a hole cut out. The hole fits on a wooden disk that attaches to the wall. Here's an example
ceramic wall art tile and have developed our own hanging system. Basically, we use a wooden backing (glued onto the tile) and a wooden disk (that you attach to the wall). The wooden backing on the tile has a hole cut out of it. The tile hangs on the wooden disk, french cleat style. You can see this at: htt
The art work are actually just large ceramic tiles that the homeowner grouped together!
“Floor tiles on wall” — zeus100
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Interior shots
I am always drawn to this art.
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 at every glance. My favorite thing to do with
Abstract art can speak to the surroundings. This one reflects the lines, movement and color of the urban view.
“Cuadro” — Karen S
Adrienne DeRosa
1 Review
Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, Pennsylvania
brings home. By loving every piece that she buys and then finding a place for it, she has created a relaxed environment where just about everything has a story. The leather chair and ottoman, for example, had belonged to Weiss's parents. They had bought it brand new back in the 70s. "I was young,"
Art as focal point / first apartment / white walls
filled with art. Luckily, this homeowner could fulfill the need. With every wall covered in personal, found and antique art, the open space shines with personality, color and warmth. See more of this loft
brings home. By loving every piece that she buys and then finding a place for it, she has created a relaxed environment where just about everything has a story. For example, Weiss' parents bought the leather chair and ottoman in the '70s. "I was young, and I thought it was so ugly," Weiss shares. "Eventually
“Pics down to floor” — mrsmort
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
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 red concept
Using art as starting point for decorating
nice color balance between the sofa and the art
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 color though the furnishings
you made art a showstopping centerpiece in your home?
By creating a design sympathetic to the style and mood of an art piece, your room will begin to take shape. You can choose colors from your artwork to use in accents, but try to look beyond color. Look for inherent qualities. Does it depict objects
“Art” — cparente42
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