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Entryway - transitional dark wood floor entryway idea in Los Angeles with white walls

Art as PopTransitional Entry, Los Angeles

These two paintings by Danish artist Birgitte Lund add a pop of color and make a statement to complement the green topiary of this fresh and light entry.

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marinabdn wrote:Dec 20, 2011
  • marinabdn
    I wonder if I ever sent my thanks! I have found a nice one in Global Views.
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Green Zebre Vintage Home wrote:Nov 27, 2013
  • Daniel Garcia
    Any information on the floors would be great. Thanks.
cparet wrote:Apr 22, 2012
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    Blue Tangerine Art
    Sorry, we were responsible for sourcing the art only. The designer is Debbie Duggan in Newport Beach, CA.
  • pastella9
    where can i find the light???
dion_117 wrote:Jan 13, 2011
  • Lily Gahagan
    Here's the information provided in the photo:

    These two paintings by Danish artist Birgitte Lund add a pop of color and make a statement to complement the green topiary of this fresh and light entry.

    We can help you find more paintings by Birgitte Lund: http://www.bluetangerineart.com/artists/artistcontent.php?artistname=Birgitte%20Lund
  • retreat173
    I really love Birgette’s paintings. I went to her web site and saw the top painting, and it was hung the other way around. Maybe she doesn’t mind which direction her pieces are hung?
1baymom wrote:Oct 27, 2013
  • 1baymom
    Hello, Love the art and the light fixture in this cozy entry! Where might I find the light fixture? Thank you
kreed_02777 wrote:Sep 16, 2012
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    Blue Tangerine Art
    Sorry, we were responsible for sourcing the art only. The designer is Debbie Duggan in Newport Beach, CA.
nmoldawer wrote:Sep 13, 2011
Kristin wrote:Jan 17, 2011
lbisun wrote:Dec 4, 2013
    miriamstruthers wrote:Apr 21, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      lolalina
      Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways to Tiptoe Out of Your Decorating Comfort ZoneDec 31, 2012

      3. Update your artwork. When was the last time you picked up anything new for your walls? If you've been living with the same prints and other art for years (or decades), make a date to take yourself to an art show, gallery or student sale and pick out a few fresh pieces that speak to you. New art on the walls can do wonders!

      catewest
      Cate West Zahl added this to Frameless Art Bares Its SoulFeb 17, 2012

      Hanging these two oil paintings on a paneled wall without frames makes for an interesting play on depth and scale. Because the paintings are attached to the raised part of the panel, they almost appear to be floating. More: Clever Ways to Hang Art

      killyscheer
      Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Straight From the Runway: Yellows and GreensSep 26, 2011

      Something about this entry made me think of this getup by Oscar de la Renta. In both looks, modernity and edginess are tempered with softness in the form of florals. This is easy to achieve in your home with one or two small changes: the right rug, a little topiary, some smashing art — you don't have to overhaul the whole room to make a bug splash.

      killyscheer
      Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Give Your Walls an Architectural DimensionSep 4, 2011

      As with paneling, wainscoting can be an average woodworker's DIY project with affordable wood pieces and a little sweat.

      erikaward
      Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Weekend Decorating: 8 Ideas for a Small EntryMay 6, 2011

      4. Add wainscoting. Elements such as wainscoting and board and batten add architectural interest to a nondescript space. Complete the look with simple, attractive accessories to help polish the look.

      isabella_max
      Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Beautiful Details: Wainscoting and Paneled WallsJan 16, 2011

      The paneling running up to the ceiling in this entry is very traditional, but ebony floors and a pair of abstract prints with a brilliant pop of yellow stop the space from being formal. Tip: Adding a bright color into a neutral environment can add tremendous style.

      erikaward
      Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to 7 Home Trends: Report from High Point MarketNov 11, 2010

      If colors overwhelm you, consider pairing them with gray. Gray neutralizes color, transforming a lively palette into one that is calming. Which of these trends do you plan to use in your home this season?

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