Adding artwork to Kitchens is a fantastic way to add color and character to your space! You can tie together unique pieces of furniture, appliances, or cookware like colorful kitchen aid mixers or le creuset pots by making your choices in artwork subtly match. Not to mention artwork is a lot easier to switch out if you tire of it than changing an entire wall color!
Image 1 via apartment therapy
Image 2 via Niagranovice
Image 3 via Design Sponge
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Fun Print of the Day
"Fogged Horse" Comes from the ever so popular photographer Kevin Russ. Maybe I’ve been a bit behind the curve here but I had no idea I could actually purchase his prints. I would love to buy several of these and put them in a guest room, hallway, or bathroom. They’re calming and aesthetically pleasing, something everyone can enjoy.
The framed prints are available in 4 sizes, or you can purchase them as an art print without the frame.
"The Conservation Series frame is made from solid wood claimed from socially and environmentally responsible forests. It has a clean and contemporary 0.75" wide x 1.25" deep profile with a smooth veneer finish. Premium shatterproof acrylic protects the face of the art print, while an acid free dust cover on the back provides a custom finish. Includes wall hanging hardware.
Paper size 8” x 10”. Printed area 6” x 8”. Framed fine art print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using an advanced digital dry ink method to ensure vibrant image quality.”
Todays homes are being brought to you by Moore Architects out of Alexandria Virginia, even though we’re from Virginia I stumbled upon their Houzz profile by chance via an article on Houzz needless to say I was blown away. Not only by the design of these homes, many of them the popular bungalow style that is taking over Northern Virginia right now but the photography by Hoachlander Davis Photography is just astounding, I want to run into these warm bungalows and eat dinner with these families, they have done a fantastic job.
Cedar Street home by Moore Architects
Photographed by Hoachlander Davis Photography