Art in the house
Landscape images: Resorting to the typical image of a city or a landscape that we don’t even know where it is, is not an option. It makes much more sense that we play with photographs taken by us, that they remind us of places where we have been or that they transport us to a pleasant moment.
Photo frames: They have to be part of the space, because they are a way to make it more tangible and personal, but we must be careful with the quantity because it can easily generate a sensation of visual chaos. A limit of two images per space maximum, always well cared for and within an aesthetic framework.
Vintage art pieces: They can be a very good option for more modern style interiors. Classic picture and gold frames can look great in a completely modern settings. In addition, we can easily get them at very low prices.
Contemporary art pieces: An easy option to modernize a very classic space. In this case we would play with pieces of art in an abstract style and in bright and saturated colors that make a difference.
Tapestries are back: The large textile garments to dress the walls of our house are a more original and groundbreaking option. Techniques such as macramé or works made with vegetable fibers are also very current aesthetics.
Matter Art: A booming technique that mixes materials with paint. It reflects the three-dimensionality of the materials in the works of art and brings an impressive texture to the space. Materials such as marble dust, quartz dust, copper, wood…
Yes to sculptures: We can bring them from trips, play with their heights, materials, combine classic with modern and get more interest. If we want to give more importance to any of them in space, a good resource could be to place it on a pedestal. These are Coblonal ‘s Signature sculptures.