It’s been a while since my last art wall roundup so let’s get on it.
Do you remember this house from the Elle Decor international issue? I thought the whole house was pretty fantastic:
I feel like I’ve posted this one before but not sure so forgive me if I have:
This is in the Dwell showroom in New York:
Aside from the art wall, I just love everything going on in this space. When I was there in November, I took this picture of the wall:
A little different but still keeping with the black, white and gold. Against that painted brick wall, I think it’s art wall perfection.
(Photos: 1-4.via Pinterest as linked 5.FROM THE RIGHT BANK)
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This may be my favorite roundup of art walls to date and I think it’s because not only are the walls put together really well but so is everything else in these spaces.
In the room above the rustic table is a great contrast with the vintage Turkish rug and modern seating and lighting.
This is another fab light fixture and it ties everything in this room together perfectly:
By extending the black and whites and neutrals of the art wall to all of the accessories, a beautiful neutral space was created here:
The wall sculpture mixed in with two-dimensional art is also really stunning and adds great texture. (I also happen to own a zebra rug, Panton chair and lucite table so this space just feels familiar to me.)
This huge, gorgeous wall is balanced by the equally large collection of African art and books here:
Here’s another room in the same apartment as the first photo which has another great mix of old and new pieces:
Aren’t the architectural details and those floors fantastic?
Yup, this is definitely my favorite round up yet.
(Photos: 1,2.Elle Decor Denmark 3.via Analog Dialog Tumblr 4.House and Home 5.New York Times)
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Oops. I got so excited over the last art wall roundup that I thought it was #20 when in fact it was #19 so don’t be confused, this one is #19 even though I’m posting it after #20. Follow me? Anyway, here is another batch of art walls I’m really loving.
to more neat:
I’ve got a busy day today catching up on projects, emails and errands. Here’s hoping for a productive week for us all!
(Photos: via Pinterest as linked)
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Hi, everyone, how have you been? I got in late last night from my whirlwind trip to San Francisco. I only got to do a fraction of the things I wanted to but I managed to pack a lot in. I’ll have some photos to share with you tomorrow.
Last week I talked about the big an impact a full wall of art can make. Here are a few more to illustrate the point.
Hanging more art is on my agenda for this week, among a million other things. Here’s hoping for a very productive week!
(Photos: 1&2.via Pinterest as linked 3.Vogue Living Australia 4.Petra Bindel
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In case there was any doubt that all I think about is art walls…..
A few weeks ago, we were watching one of our new favorite shows, Sherlock, (Do you watch it? It’s so good!) and while the story was intriguing, when this scene opened, I was like “Stop! Hold everything!”
I then ran and got my phone and started snapping pictures. Then I played the scene in slow motion. (The whole time the husband was like “Um, what’s happening right now? I thought we were watching tv.”) I didn’t have time for silly questions because I couldn’t take my eyes off of this fantastic art wall. All the vintage pieces and mixed frames against that wallpaper is a great combination. But the thing that gives it such big impact is that it completely fills the wall, even spilling over onto the adjacent wall.
Here are some other walls with big impact:
And here’s the beginnings of an art wall I’m helping a friend put together:
It’s going to take up an entire wall and look amazing.
I’m also working on several walls for myself. This is just some of the art currently taking over my house:
I am just up to my neck in art these days!
(Photos: 1&6.Atlanta Homes 2, 7&8.FROM THE RIGHT BANK 3.Lonny 4.Petra Bindel 5.Apartment Therapy)
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