A closer look at this sitting room reveals how similar canvas shapes and frames can help different pieces of art work well together. Even better, the paintings' brilliant hues enliven the white walls for maximum visual appeal.
Wood paneled walls surround a cozy nook with a built-in bench. Small pink pillows bring out the color of a painting hanging on the wall. Brown mosaic tiled floors look lovely paired with the wood paneling.
This contemporary living room is a luxurious escape from the everyday. The abstract artwork on the wall and behind the sofa gives the space a bit of an artistic flare. The throw pillows add unique color to the space, while the neutral furniture keeps the space casual and inviting and the exposed air duct adds an industrial style to the living room
Bold, abstract artwork makes a dramatic statement in this transitional hallway. A contemporary runner softens the hardwood floors, which lead to the foyer with a sleek entry table and French doors. Photography by Andy Caulfield
Large abstract artwork makes up a stunning gallery wall in this eclectic dining room. Hardwood floors are softened by a simple gray rug and faux fur throw. A contemporary white bench and armchair provide extra seating when needed or just a place to relax in the gorgeous space.
Vases don't always have to be filled with flowers. Create a stylish design in a home office by filling clear vases with supplies like pencils and paper clips like in this study. Abstract artwork can also provide a little inspiration to kick-start productivity.
This welcoming guest bedroom features a curved tan loveseat with green pillow, a large piece of black-and-white abstract artwork, white and green floral curtains, and a bed with tan linens and a skirt that matches the curtains.
Colorful yet muted abstract artwork and fresh ranunculus set a cheery tone in the woman's home office at the 2017 San Francisco Decorators Showcase. Designer Kari McIntosh selected St. Frank's Indigo Dots wallpaper and a sunburst mirror to create a rich design setting symbolizing the relationship between the heavens and Earth.
Artwork is just as much the focal point as the mix of furniture styles in this eclectic seating area. A quadrant of bright abstract art coordinates with the dove gray sofa and lavender occasional chair without being matchy-matchy. A scattering of details personalizes the space: a collection of favorite vinyl records and an acoustic guitar.
A locally sourced abstract painting provides a visually interesting focal point in the guest bedroom and intense pops of color. “As you come in the garage door, you see this room and you’re trying to pull the eye in to explore and that is why we chose that painting. It has a lot of that green, turquoise, a splash of orange and some black so it’s always a kind of fun game with art,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.