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Nina van de Goor's Home

Living room - eclectic living room idea in Amsterdam with white walls — Houzz

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Morgan Spenla wrote:
Wondering where I can find natural frames like this? These are just what I'm looking for!
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ac more has tons of unfinished frames
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I would really like to know the name of the artist of the flying horse print as well. Pretty please!
Brittany wrote:
My son's name is Era! Just wondering where you got that "Era" sign? What does it say underneath? Thank you :)
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it says: "box for cleaning". Era was a brand in the past.
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I like the cheerfulness the art brings. It brightens the room.

loube11a wrote:
Where is the couch from? - Navy blue couch
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Luv room and pics...couch is perfect....can u share where it's from?
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Hey, we offer a similar on-sale style from Lazar Industries here

jamielgarner wrote:
Chandelier - Where is the chandelier from?
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yes please! looks super cool.
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mg071853 wrote:
Fun, colorful room! What color is the wall?
shoshl wrote:
Flying horse: who is the artist? Thanks! - Who is the artist of the flying horse pic? Thank you!
jillgura1 wrote:
Fun room! - Where is the door from?
linzerh99 wrote:
can you please tell me where the lighting fixture was purchased?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kerrie Kelly Design Lab added this to Vintage Modern: Featuring Heirlooms and Found Items
Framed found pieces or childrens artwork to create an interesting display. Tip: Take the backs and glass out of frames and use only the wooden element to show off your favorite finds, too.
Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Make a Place for Children's Art
Another approach to incorporating 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.
Shoshana Gosselin added this to 19 Double-Duty Living Rooms
Gallery. Turn your living room into a showcase. Display artwork wall to wall for interesting conversations.Find artwork on Houzz
Debbie Snider added this to Put Your Collection on Show
Covering an entire wall makes a statement. Framed art looks cheerful and colorful in this playroom. This would be a practical way to display your children's art, and they will beam with pride to see their work showcased this way.
Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Kids' Rooms: I'm A Big Boy Now
Once children hit preschool age, they transform into a baby Picasso and produce artwork at the speed of lighting. Instead of storing their masterpieces in a folder, display the art in their room. Change out pictures as you see fit to keep the gallery updated.
Shoshana Gosselin added this to The Right Mat for Your Artwork
The use of crisp white mats unifies a colorful gallery of framed 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.
Danyelle Mathews added this to The Family Home: Living Rooms You Can Live In
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 smile to the face of anyone who visits. A simple tip: Choose similar frames to give the arrangement cohesion.
Laura Gaskill added this to Decorating Around the World: Creative Amsterdam Style
Here, Nina has filled a large wall above her sofa with an eclectic mix of art. Notice how she even squeezed a few pieces in above the door, emphasizing the gallery-like feel.
Samantha Schoech added this to Thank You for Sharing: The Family Living Room
The Eclectic RoomIt's intentional but not at all stuffy. Colorful but not over the top. Modern eclectic works for kids and adults alike because it looks like you can live in it. An artfully placed stack of books might contain something by Annie Leibovitz and Dr. Seuss.
Danyelle Mathews added this to Walls Play Dress-Up With Kids' Artwork
Displaying your kids' artwork alongside pieces from other favorite artists will not only bring personality to your home, it will surely bring a smile to the faces of your children.
Dana Miller added this to Casual Wall Art Arrangements Show Deliberate Style
For a family-friendly room, display happy artwork in frames of the same material but of different sizes. Repeating the same frame on one wall unifies the art. Contrary to popular belief, filling a wall with art to the ceiling can actually make it seem taller.See the rest of this home
Shane D. Inman added this to Designer's Touch: 10 Cozy Dens
8. Kiddie corner. Turn your existing den into a gallery of glorious and original canvas work by your Picasso-in-training. Your entire wall of artwork has just become your decor.
Lisa Frederick added this to How to Curate Kids' Art
Sometimes the opposite route makes the most sense: displaying paintings, sketches and photos on a gallery wall, with no common thread except the fact that you love them. This is a great strategy for merging kids' art into a grouping of adult works, which boosts its presence and brings the collection down to earth.
Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 10 Ways to Honor and Remember a Departed Loved One at Home
8. Ask children to draw pictures of their favorite moments with their loved one, if they have been affected by the death. When we suddenly lost my father-in-law due to a heart attack, I asked my children to draw pictures of their favorite "Grandpa moments." Select a wall and display these cherished pictures in a collage.

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ratbch added this to Art Wall
Almost all have same blond frame and white matte.

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