Allison Hennessey All those little doorways, nooks and crannies can seem to fade right into the background.
Country Living We walk by and through them a hundred times a day without ever even noticing they’re there.
John Jacobs Interiors It’s time to change all that!
Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Those little, unexpected spaces near the ceiling can become instant, eye-catching focal points, a great place for a show-stopping piece or even a gallery wall.
Pinterest Adding rows of pictures, columns of paintings,
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Coastal Living three-dimensional art,
Architectural Digest makes that wasted space sparkle instead of fade away!
Furlow Gatewood via Veranda We’re not sure we would be brave enough to set a vase up top and trust that it wouldn’t come crashing down, but all those vertical hangings open up the space making a room feel huge!
Polly Wreford Photography Is it really Thursday already? We can practically taste the weekend. Do you have any fun plans? Like great writers, musicians, composers and artists, so many great designers have such a flair that their work is immediately identifiable. Richard Hallberg is one of those rare designers whose work varies to suit the needs of a client but still maintains that signature flair that is all his own. Looking at these fabulous photos, we think you’ll agree that Richard Hallberg’s work is in good taste. We hope you all have a wonderful afternoon. Thanks for stopping by! Few things have the power to transform a room like gorgeous art. The perfect piece can add dimension, color, personality, and, of course, a stunning focal point. It’s no surprise that we are in a huge contemporary art phase. That’s why we’re so thrilled about our newest sponsor, Brent Baker! His contemporary art is fresh, fun and inspired. It would be that divine focal point in any room. Here are a few fabulous rooms that prove the power of a proper painting:
South Shore Decorating
Lucas Studio via House Beautiful
Amanda Nisbet Design
South Shore Decorating
Erin Gates Interiors Thanks so much for visiting us today! We hope you all have a fun and relaxing weekend!
November’s Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle cover designers, Robert Brown Design, caught our eye with their gorgeous design and striking details. This firm is known for “clean lines, classic proportions and extraordinary furnishings.” It’s no wonder that this firm is widely celebrated and, we think it’s safe to say, their incredible work is certainly in good taste. It was the firm’s flawless blend of modern art with traditional furnishings and architecture that initially drew us in, but these antique prints are so beautiful. We love how they can throw in a French antique to add sophistication, while still keeping the room clean, streamlined and not one bit over the top. Robert Brown’s designs are all about being inviting. This bedroom definitely draws you in. We love the use of matching patterns of wallpaper and shades. When it’s done properly, like in this bath, it’s perfection. A perfect vignette for taking advantage of the afternoon sun. What a fabulous nook for pure relaxation. This painting is a flawless focal point, and curling up beside that fireplace looks incredible. This room is so warm without being dark or dull. The architecture is amazing, and the furnishings are the ideal finishing touch. We hope you’re all having a wonderful day!
pinterest We think one of the most fun things about design is how tastes and styles can evolve over time. While only a few years ago we would have considered ourselves staunch traditionalists, our tastes have morphed to be much more eclectic. And thank goodness! These days, we find ourselves more and more drawn to contemporary art. While, previously, we would have put it in the box with strictly modern design, which we appreciated and thought we might want to implement “someday,” now we think contemporary art fits in with pretty much any design scheme.
pinterest An antique table and bamboo chairs…
Chris Everard Photography Or a dainty, tailored pleated skirt both pair well with an unexpected pop of art less ordinary. Instead of trying to pick art that “goes” in a room now, we’re trying to be a hair more adventurous and follow that time-tested rule that is so, so important.
Nato Welton Photography Find a piece you love and worry about a place for it later!
Table Tonic Because, after all, when it comes to the spaces where we live, work and play, isn’t being surrounded by things we love what it’s all about?