Anthropologie – Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art

How to Create a Room Around a Piece of Art: The way I get inspired to decorate a room, is first by choosing that one piece (whether its furniture, a rug, or wall art) to inspire me to set the tone and build the room around it. Take the Art piece, Motion Lines 3 Wall Art, with its simplicity and movement by Korean artist Guseul Park and you have a great starting point to design a room into something fantastic. With Anthroplogie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art – different rooms can be pulled together with simple wall art – here are four rooms designed around an art piece . . .

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art Four rooms, one art piece.

Korean Artist Guseul Park views art as meditation – her creations bring her to a state of pure joy. In this minimalist piece, she employs a “back to basics” technique, with her brush’s movement rendered as a single line.

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art. Four rooms, one art piece.

Let’s take a look at the art piece in several rooms. It adds a tranquility to this textured layered neutral room. The gold frame of the piece complements the chandelier above and draws the eye upward. To get a better look, here are the room’s pieces below . . .

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art. Four rooms, one art piece.

Worth a Look: Love the beautiful pattern of the Paisley Silk Carpet Ottoman  ($2,998) as the coffee table in the room.

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art. Four rooms, one art piece.

The wall art really pops against the brightly patterned wallpaper and complements the brass accents.

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art. Four rooms, one art piece.

Worth a Look: The Brass Parabola Console ($2,298) really stands out with its polished brass, curvilinear shape and elegant accents with its white marble top and mirrored glass.

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art. Four rooms, one art piece.

My Bohemian side really loves this elegant eclectic earthy room that surrounds the art piece. The Brass sconce and gleaming brass plinth at the bottom of the sofa echos the brass frame and draws your eye back to the painting.

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art. Four rooms, one art piece.

Worth a Look: The Medina-Printed Rivona Chair has a fantastic Moroccan inspired mix print with a vibrant, eclectic personality; although I wouldn’t want to leave it out in the elements no matter how eye-catching it is. (Shown with the gorgeous Agate End Table ($498) and the Arrow Rug ($58 – $898)

Anthropolgie - Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art. Four rooms, one art piece.

The art piece welcomes you at first sight when showcased off-centered in an entryway, along with an eye-catching rug, additional artwork, and a brass candelabra.

Anthropologie Decorating a Room Around a Piece of Art. Four rooms, one art piece.

Worth a Look: The Berber-Printed Rug ($48 – $798) has a two-tone print inspired by traditional Berber weaving motifs. (If you like the shoes in the pic, check out this post.)

Decorating with wall art is one of the first steps in creating a beautifully put together designed room. With Anthropologie Decorating A Room Around a Piece of Art – a single art piece can be the first step in creating a room of your dreams. Any artworks you’re coveting or have inspired you to create around a room?

 

 

 

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