The Power of Art
They say art is subjective. But, I believe that it can provoke an aesthetic emotion that will have you saying “this is the one” when you see it. Selecting art for client’s home is an experience that we must share together and can often be challenging. By the time we begin selecting art for a space, the space already has its look and the color palette is in place. Once we have a location for the installation, we start with scale and then move into the overall look and style of the piece.
Here are a few art stories from past Studio projects. I love sharing the details of how we selected a piece and why it was perfect for that space. There are so many options out there and it can be overwhelming. I think its important to select a pieces or pieces that catch your eye and immediately have you saying “yes”!
Pretty In Pink: This gorgeous and girly lash lounge and brow bar has a simple black and white color palette. We used bold pops of leopard and fuchsia to finalize the overall look with pillows and accessories. The back wall looked a little blah, so we had local Dallas artist, Amee Calloway create a chic pieces that would brighten up the space with the fuchsia we loved and bits of gold leaf!
Masculine Blue: This dining room needed art to fill the wall and bring in a simple pattern. Our bachelor client wanted something simple that still made a statement, and I think we found it! We spotted this pieces from Austin artist Andrea Pramuk and had it sized to fit the space!
Watercolor Magic: Large scale art is always a “yes” when working in smaller spaces. This lobby had plenty of bold color and graphics, so we needed a softer pieces to compliment the color palette without taking over the walls. We selected this watercolor on silk from Dallas artist Megan Adams Brooks and had it framed in acrylic. It is the perfect size for the mirrored console and I love how it balances out that side of the room!