(via Thou Swell – Green & White Scandinavian Home)
By placing art in your home, you have the power to create a moments or vignette where there was just an empty wall, shelf, or tabletop before. Hanging prints in unexpected or overlooked place, like the end of a hall, above the toilet, or on the back of a door, maximize these engaging moments throughout your home. Not only does art personalize, but it can also support a cohesive style or color palette, and can illustrate a story or start conversations. While I love framing prints straight from my Instagram or from digital photos I’ve taken on trips or with family and friends, I also love finding art prints online to fill in the blanks and create more abstract statements in a room. Take my dorm room for example, where I used a set of four personal prints that each reminded me of special memories, and hung three large 30×40 art prints to create focal points on the rest of the walls. Find the art prints that have caught my eye in past projects and versatile pieces for any room in my curate product guide – plus some interior inspiration of course – after the jump.
(via Style at Home, photography by Donna Griffith)
(via Mara Silber, photography by Sean Litchfield)
(via Thou Swell – One Room Challenge details)
(via Julia Robbs)