The homeowners are avid art collectors and this niche in the millwork serves as the focal point of a gallery hallway designed to showcase larger pieces of their collection. Venetian plaster is used behind the sculpture to add a interesting velvety texture without distracting from the art.
An emerald green accent wall highlights this contemporary master bedroom with dark brown and orange tones tying back to the wall art and throw on the bed. Two high-gloss nightstands in black flank the bed with lamps that double as art.
The crisp, white living room in this modern home mixes contemporary art with function. The crushed velvet, navy couch and modern-print armchair is inviting, and perfectly situated near French doors to the outdoor space.
The white walls and hardwood floor in this hallway are decorated with a contemporary art display. A thin gold table covers a large crystal formation and supports a circular flower vase. Pink, orange, purple and neutral diamond cut-outs in direction changing lines are mounted in glass cases next to a yellow panel with black words and numbers.
Interior designer Linda Woodrum wanted to avoid the use of botanical prints in the bathroom, so she took a contemporary route when selecting art. "This is a traditional home and we wanted to give it something that wasn't traditional," she says.
The white walls and wood floors of this hallway are given a contemporary flair with a display of art. A thin, gold table holds a circular flower vase and covers a crystal formation. Three glass cases display matching purple, pink, orange and neutral diamond cut-outs in rows. A yellow slate is covered in black font words and numbers to finish the art display.
This colorful nook in a Park City, Utah vacation home gets its style from designer Susan Brunstrum, who created a perfect space for bill-paying, writing or just hanging out. Framed art in a graphic design hangs over the desk in coordinating colors that helps give this space a warm and inviting aesthetic.
A large piece of contemporary artwork hangs above a gas fireplace to help add height to this living space. The art differs in style from the heavy, hand carved mantel which is a nod to Mediterranean design.
Hand-selected local art adds a layer of unique style within the space. "We put everything in the room and didn't have an accent color," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "We found that piece and we thought it was perfectly soft."
This comfortable living room uses a neutral color palette to let the bold contemporary artwork take center stage. Sculptures surround the comfortable sitting area, which includes a sofa, two armchairs and a large rectangular coffee table.