When most people think of watercolor art, pastel renderings of dated floral patterns flood their minds. But modern artists present an edgier side to watercolor, and it can be a great addition to any room. This blog post will broaden your previous notions of what watercolor can be.
At a point in our not-to-distant past, the term ‘unique art’ stood as a redundancy. What was art, if not a one-of-a-kind creation? From paintings to sculpture to photography, artists created unique pieces, viewed and bought by others. But today, in a world of prints, copies, and copycats, it’s harder to find art that is truly unique. Now, don’t get us wrong, re-printing provides an amazing opportunity for the famous works of historical artists to be viewed in homes around the world. But when you’re looking for something new, a piece your guests have never seen before, it makes your job a little harder.
Unique art prints come from a variety of places. You may be looking for a print by a mostly-unknown artist, or a lesser-known work of an artist you have admired your whole life. We picked out our favorite rare, strange, and unknown pieces to showcase to you in this post… and we encourage you to dig for others we didn’t even think of!
If you have kids, their presence dominates at least a few rooms of your home. Why not decorate those rooms with style? Kinder Chic decorating elevates your child-centric areas, transforming them into spaces that invite the younger side of everyone to come out and play. Read more to find out how to create a kinder chic room that appeals to both younger and more sophisticated styles.
Our love for Americana art pops amidst the sparklers and flags of Independence Day celebrations. But how do you decorate in red, white and blue all year round? This blog is full of tips and tricks to making Americana decor timeless and classic. It all starts with the color palette we all love and some perfectly placed framed art.
Modern pastel art emerged recently as a light, sophisticated trend in home decor. Once associated exclusively with nurseries and the occasional bathroom, pastel art branched out into kitchens, living rooms, and even the traditionally dark den.
As pastels moved from childish to contemporary, and the demand for modern pastel art rose to unprecedented levels. Here are some inspirational ideas for how to bring pastels into your favorite space!
Vintage. Rustic. Shabby Chic. These new trends in interior decorating boast a soft, feminine flair. If you’re embracing the barn-door-and-distressed-wood look of 2019, follow our guide and round out your shabby chic vibe with perfectly imperfect framed art! Find the perfect balance of cozy and cute by sticking within these four inspirational categories.
It’s moving season! Every spring, the housing market ramps up, and everyone from college students to growing families to retirees looks for a new place to call home. And what’s the first thing you do when you move into a new house? Decorate the walls, of course! Nothing makes a house (or an apartment, or a dorm room) feel more like home than framed art. But where to start? Which walls to choose? Consider this post your ultimate guide to hanging wall art after a big move.
Bathrooms are often overlooked when it comes to decorating, and they definitely resent you for it. Even though your bathroom may not be a prominently featured area of your home, you spend a lot of time there. And if you’re honest, you spend a lot of time looking at the walls. If you ask, most people can tell you what was on the walls of their bathroom growing up. The images adorning bathroom walls can become etched in your brain, sometimes even subconsciously. It’s time to take bathroom decor seriously.
Welcome to National Decorating Month! This month on the Gallery Tour Blog, we are highlighting different areas of your home. Each unique room and hallways deserves special attention when it comes to decorating the walls. We’re going to start with the very best place to start: the entryway!
We’re approaching the time of is year that makes us THINK GREEN. Installing Green Art is the best way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, renew your interior space, and usher in the season of spring.
The color green signifies growth, renewal, and cleanliness. It also has special properties that have an impact on our mood and our energy. Read more to discover how green art can transform your home and refresh your attitude at the same time!