Above the wood console table in the foyer, coastal themed art mixes with two round mirrors and the sconces to create a fun gallery wall. On the table itself, a tray neatly corrals bouquets, keys and any other miscellaneous items.
An eclectic gallery wall is displayed with framed art, eye-shaped mirrors and a felt letter board.
Transitional Foyer With Gallery Wall
A walnut staircase with custom runner and metal railing welcomes guests into this inviting foyer. A gallery wall with metallic grasscloth wallpaper, modern art and brass accents leads guests down the hall into the living room.
Colorful Modern Study with Gallery Wall of Abstract Art
Atlanta designer Bob Brown found inspiration for this study in abstract artist Brett Smith's work. "I had just seen Brett [Smith]’s new work and that was the jumping off point," he says. "I wanted to do something really chill and casual." Brown juxtaposed the the Brett Smith abstract art installation with a mix of furniture. "You will notice that there are no 'pairs' in the space." He explains that the key to choosing pieces for an installation like this one is “all about not being intimidated with letting an art installation dominate a wall. [These pieces] work well because the frames are super simple in a raw oak. Brett was very specific about the order, too, so everything was well balanced. The spacing was also important; I wanted just enough space to let them breathe but still feel as if they are one.”
This elegant foyer features white marble tile floors in a herringbone pattern and a simple bench under an abstract wall painting. The white walls allow the wide crown molding and arched doorways to take center stage.