Art I Have Been Eyeing Lately

I definitely love interiors with some blue and green mixed in. That seems to be my favorite right now, especially with some browns and grays. So it is no surprise then, that I have been drawn to landscape art. I love the way it brings the outdoors in and ties together all of the colors that I love. And when clients come to me also loving that color combo… it’s amazing! Here are some great prints from Minted that have caught my eye, lately…

 

cloud symphony

Cloud Symphony

mornings away

Mornings Away

You can see the ‘Mornings Away’ print in Studio McGee’s latest Modern Mountain project…

modern mountain

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I have used both above prints in design projects and they are beautiful! They bring so much to a design.

glass river

Glass River

broken clouds

Broken Clouds

The two above prints are both from the same Minted artist. I just love shopping for art on this site, knowing that I am supporting independent artists. Adding prints like this to a gallery wall, will work great with some modern art mixed in…

Like this

surround me

Surround Me

And this

falling strokes

Falling Strokes

Do you have a favorite art style?!?

 

Comments

  1. Depends on the mood. I was a big fan of abstract art in my youth. Now I am more into Surrealism. After all I love art no matter what style.

  2. Hi Amber
    You made an E- desgn post a while back. Link here:
    https://amberbdesignstudio.com/2016/02/before-and-after-e-design-reveal/
    Could you please tell me where I can find those pillows?
    Thank you!

    • Sure! The pillows are from A Pop Of Color on etsy (the taupe flame stitch chevron), Studio Tullia on etsy (the green velvet) and Caitlin Wilson Textiles (the coral fretwork) Hope that helps! :)

  3. I think it might be PopOColor at Etsy if anyone else did wonder about the beautiful cushions?!
    I totally forgot to ask you about the tray in the same design. Where can I find it? Is it Etsy too?
    I really love your design and find great inspiration in your work.
    Best regards, Tina

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