The Allure of Statement Art

Recently I’ve been testing my hand at doing a bit of painting.  Now, I’m no Michelangelo, to be sure, but I think I do decently well at creating some fun pieces to hang around my home.  However I’ve always been jealous of those skilled at creating a big beautiful statement piece of art, mostly because it has an incredible ability to pull a design scheme together.

Without this colorful painting, this room would feel slightly too stark.
This piece helps to create continuity between the neutral palette and the bright accent color.
These bright pieces are some of my favorites because, for looking so simple, the give the room a great amount of personality.
This kitchen space is expertly curated, with the art adding to the whimsy and modern aesthetic.
And this incredibly unique work of art makes all the other unique accents in this room really work.
So how about it?  What are your feelings on large statement art?  Are you a fan or more of a “wall of small framed art” kinda gal?  Let us know!  And don’t forget to have a fabulous Tuesday 🙂

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About Rachel Meyer

Free spirited and eclectic, my design style is always evolving. I recently graduated from The University of Texas's Interior Design program and am figuring things out as I go. I have a passion for personality and love a deep discussion of life, the universe, and everything. Philip K. Dick novels and YouTube comedians are my trivia specialties, so if you're ever in need of a teammate at Flying Saucer, I'm your girl.

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