Marble floor, utterly cool lamps, a vintage table and a wild arty circle: we think it’s a cool and elegant combination. Note that the used frame is slick and thin. Oh so chic!
Curtains in the same colour as your art are the secret to the lovely balance in this mid-century modern living room. They are also a great match for the pink couch by Meridiani, the Italian furniture brand designed by Andrea Parisio.
This circle is quite interesting. Is it a moon? Is it a window through which you can see dark clouds? Whatever you think it looks like, it’s an artwork that you could make yourself. Find the instructions on the very creative Tumblr account The Vow.
Vintage furniture often has round details, like the pretty handles on this cabinet. The circle art reflects the round elements beautifully. The light colour and white frame brighten up the darker colour of the wall.
Interiors with earthy colours and furniture in natural materials are great habitats for your circle art. This dark painted circle in the home and studio of photographer Pia Ulin is a lovely match and looks like another window onto a different sky.
Bedroom idea! Why not have the art itself in a circle shape? Dreamy fluid shapes will look fab in a room with a bohemian vibe, and huge circles in pastels will transform a dreary room into a heavenly space.
Love abstract expressionist circles? Why not go for a big and bold statement
and buy a large print. It will look good in a bright room with light floors and furniture, especially if you pick a frame in blonde wood. But it will do equally great in a more colourful interior.
A black circle in a white frame can be a sophisticated addition to your minimalist living room. Afraid it’s too boring? Resting the print on the floor instead of hanging it keeps it from looking too stiff.
Images from: bloglovin.com, etsy.com, apartmenttherapy.com, instagram.com, meridiani.it, decoist.com, fentonandfenton.com, itzoom.com, thevow.tumblr.com, Norm Architects
Go big or go home! This wallpaper will have you waking up to an amazing view every day. Bonus: it will make your room look miles bigger. It is sold by Murals Wallpaper.
Add intrigue to your interior with a print that is a bit weird. Like this one: it’s two pictures on top of each other, and rather blurry ones at that. But they sure are interesting. The dark frame gives them a serious edge.
Now there’s a dramatic space! A rustic wall and grand piano ask for a picture that has an impact. The painting of a large lake view, with dark trees and gloomy skies, looks perfect here.
This antique dining table and the classic chairs are given a modern twist by combining them with a sunny and airy lake view. The thin wooden frame complements the table but keeps the whole light.
Nothing shiny new or fake about this lovely little corner: it’s all vintage objects and natural shades. The white frame for the lake picture is a great choice; it blends into the wall whereas a darker frame would have competed with the pretty shape of the table.
Don’t feel you have to go for only blues, greens and earthy tones when you pick an art print of a lake. If you choose one that features sunset colours, like this one by Urban Outfitters, you will have gorgeous pinks and turquoises.
If you want a display that evokes autumn but is still light, take a look at this setup. The pictures have a great atmosphere that is autumnal but not doomy, and all the white keeps the ensemble luminous.
Why not try something different and choose a wall hanging instead of a print? This tapestry with a stunning lake view at dusk by Etsy shop HeartlandPhotoBySJW will transform a room immediately.
Images from desenio.co.uk, urbanoutfitters.com, instagram.com/newdarlings, sincerelydamaris.tumblr.com, etsy.com, thedesignfiles.net, muralswallpaper.com