This white wrap-around desk offers plenty of space to do homework or work on art projects in colorful, contemporary girl's room. A soft purple desk chair is a stylish work seat that complements the graphic, royal purple and white rug.
Texture and color keep the eye roaming in this contemporary home office, where a dining table doubles as a work-station. A light wood ceiling makes the space feel larger and a blue door adds a pop of personality.
Obviously, the designers at StudioHue and this baby's parents are fond of the printed page by the way books are creatively displayed in this contemporary nursery. The little library presents itself like a work of art, which might have been the intent of its creators all along.
Sublime sophistication perfectly describes this living room designed by Ana Donohue. For the entryway, Donohue chose unexpected pieces that all work together to anchor the space. A muted canvas hung casually atop a console table with wooden tusks indicates a strong but delicate sensibility that is carried throughout the rest of the space.
A backyard art studio is a contemporary work space outside of the main house, while cozy evenings can be spent around the fire pit. Minimal planting, modern details and exterior lighting complete the outdoor space with a polished look.
To fill a big blank wall, take your favorite vacation photo and upload it to one of the many sites that now print large format photographs. You can create an impactful, personal work of art that's inexpensive, says Atlanta interior designer and home decor store owner Steve McKenzie. He created this room as part of the makeovers given to families by Dwell with Dignity Atlanta, a nonprofit organization.
Decorative art pieces make a statement around every corner in the contemporary home, striking furniture pieces included. Topped with a modern sculpture, this wood and chrome console is work of art in its own right.
Located in the charming village of Mt. Pleasant, The Artist Collective is the brainchild of contemporary art entrepreneur Allison B. Williamson. A hometown girl who has periodically left Charleston in the service of her art education, Williamson has created a bright, comfortable alternative to the usual white cube, slightly intimidating gallery norm. Filled with work by a host of Williamson's represented artists—many of whom specialize in color, coastal themes and easy-on-the-eyes work—the Artist Collective also plays host to several artist studios and provides an easygoing way for art fans to dip a toe into collecting art or expand an existing collection. Williamson has expanded her brick and mortar collective presence to Atlanta, Nashville and Washington, D.C. and her artists are also available for anyone to peruse on the Artist Collective website.
A modern eclectic living room in Atlanta blends contemporary art, accessories such as geodes and mid-century seating such as the womb chair next to the fireplace. Homeowner Laura Boone worked with designer Elle Cantrell.
This black and white bedroom has lots of unique details. The padded headboard gives the space a comfortable, modern feel, while the contemporary art work brings even more personality to the space. The clean, white, linen bed coverings bring light into the space while adding to the relaxing atmosphere of this beach house.
Space beneath the staircase is fitted with a desk for a simple work space. Mounted wall art with brilliant, bold color pops against the white walls and neutral tones of the space. Glossy neutral tile reflects the light for a glowing finish.
Designer Stephan Jones sought a balance of old and new with a mix of Baroque antiques and chic, contemporary art in the study at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The space embraces natural materials such and an earthy palette to create a calm, soothing space for work, reflection and relaxation.
This backyard art studio is designed as a contemporary work space outside of the main residence and paired with a functional and beautiful low-water landscape with clean lines to match. The studio features sliding glass doors and clerestory windows to maximize natural light and is surrounded by sleek concrete pavers and Mexican pebble joints.
A large contemporary sectional makes for plenty of seating in this simple, modern living room. Two gold coffee tables add a glamorous touch to the simple space, while large-scale art works to anchor the room, adding a subtle pop of color to the clean, white living room.
Paired with a functional and beautiful low-water landscape with clean lines, this backyard art studio was designed for a client who wanted a contemporary work space outside of the main residence. The shed-style, finished studio structure with two sliding glass door entries and clerestory windows maximizes the natural light entering the space.
The pieces in this sitting room are brought together to represent the cultures of the world. An Edo era Japanese screen is the backdrop for a unique midcentury modern chair, a contemporary work of art and a handcrafted Moroccan table.