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35 Foyers with Statement Art Pieces

Architect Dale Hubbard designed a Boulder house marked by contemporary forms and rustic materials. For the entry, he chose a hickory pivot door by Deines Custom Door and Kansas limestone—to match the exterior— for the floor. The large-scale painting is by Ian Fisher, and the pendant is by Artemide.

from Apartment Therapy

Stop These "Good" Bad Habits Today

You're just minding your own business, reading Apartment Therapy when boom! I come along and tell you that even the things you think are good habits are actually bad! But give it a minute. I think you'll find that letting go of some of these ideas will make it easier, not harder, to be virtuous.

from BHG Style Spotters

Get the Look: Decorating with Large-Scale Art

our friends would totally play along with this, haha! Get the Look: Decorating with Large-Scale Art

from Chris Loves Julia

Honey, I Blew Up The Kids

Honey, I Blew Up The Kids | Tips for Making Engineer Prints Look Their Best | Chris Loves Julia

from Apartment Therapy

7 Larger-Than-Life Art DIY Ideas (On a Little Budget)

Oversized Photo Portraits Large-scale, expressive portraits add personality to an otherwise sparsely decorated space. To get the look, use a photo editing program to make your images black and white and remove the background. Find helpful hints for preparing your photos on Chris Loves Julia. When your photos are ready, order engineering prints of the images from Kinkos or another local print shop. To imitate the frameless photos above from Woonguide, ask the shop to mount the prints to foam…

from The Zoe Report

4 Home Decor Trends To Try This Spring (And What To Ditch


“It is almost impossible to find a large, straight wall in this apartment and where there is one, you can bet that I fill it with art. A long inset wall in the living room is the perfect fit for the super-large new work ‘Breathe,’ an oil painting by Aaron Kinnane 2014. Again, everything is same-hued. A one-off netball painted by the fantastic Australian (now in New York) artist Anthony Lister rests on a late 19th century French leather upholstered salon chair.”