This mudroom mixes traditional elements with a bold graffiti art wall. The space offers a closet with plenty of storage and organization, while the bright red art provides a fun greeting upon entering the room.
This fun and functional mudroom adds a colorful flair to the classic space with graffiti-inspired wall art. A traditional bench with cushioned seating and storage sits at the entrance to the updated, vintage kitchen.
The custom wood headboard in this stylish master bedroom extends out from the bed into built-in nightstands. White walls and floors capitalize on the spacious design and allow the scenic view from the window to act as a natural accent. A piece of graffiti art complements the urban environment while adding a touch of bright color.
HGTV Design Star contestant Blanche Garcia wanted the main living space in this New Jersey bachelor pad to feel young, vibrant and fun for when the homeowner is entertaining friends. She creates a focal wall of burnt orange. To bring a little New York City into the design, Garcia commissions artwork by a graffiti artist for the living room.
The walls at the end of the hallway that leads to the guest bedroom were a great place to add artwork and a seating vignette. The abstract, graffiti style art comes from a local artist designers found at the Santa Monica art fair.
Los Angeles mixed-media artist Sergio Garcia has worked in graffiti, street art and custom paint jobs for motorcycles and cars. He also crafts his quirky miniature bikes and tricycles complete with subtle, surreal details.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson added color to an all-white kitchen with a unique backsplash made from a piece of original modern artwork — a photo of graffiti in the Paris Metro.