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Joel Kelly Design
W Downtown Atlanta
application of Biltmore on the bed. The wall and artwork behind the bed are equally stunning.
Bedroom 2-wild sculptures over bed vs artwork
the artwork above the headboard gives the room a rugged shine
Even if you have a headboard, artwork will surely benefit the overall look of your space. This room has high ceilings, and the vertical artwork works to create equilibrium between ceiling and headboard.
Shane D. Inman
21st Century Bungalow
Vertical artwork and objects of extreme height add drama to your mantel. This serious look does not need other accessories.
of tree trunks takes on new heights. The form of the trunks is repeated in the fireplace backdrop as well as the plants flanking the fireplace. Vertical stripes have even made their way onto the upholstery, enhancing the grand height of the space.Whether you are working with a large space like this
Lynn Williamson, ASID NCIDQ
dramatic artwork...glass artwork...staircase artwork
the Rubix - top of stairs
vertical wall art
The Sofa & Chair Company
The Lancasters Hyde Park Residence
vertical wall art
Idea for big piece of artwork on blank patio wall
Vertical gardening is such a fun way to go.
Offset an industrial backdropI love the well-manicured simplicity of this vertical living artwork, which takes the concept of an outdoor living room to a whole new level. It creates a striking contrast to the rusty-red corrugated iron wall, softening it and creating a focus
2. Create a living work of art with a vertical gardenThis framed piece looks stunning against the red background. Vertical gardens are also a fantastic way to save space and work extremely well in smaller areas such as inner-city balconies
Another option for growing succulents vertically is using a Living Wall Planter from Bright Green. Bright Green sells planters with a moisture mat that keeps watering simple and doesn't require removing the frame from the wall.
Dallas, TX: Mark and Betsy
artwork hanging next to fireplace opening.
terazzo-like surfaces out of recycled materials, like stop lights and vodka bottles. Coffee table: CB2; chairs, area rug: Mitchell Gold: blue vertical artwork: Tamara White