Envision Art In Your Place
If you want to know what a picture might look like in your home or your office, just send me a photo of your place (i phone is good enough for this), and I will provide you with suggestions for your wall design (free of charge and non-binding): email@example.com
Tips: How To Choose A Print For Any Room
While there are no fixed rules to choosing a print, considering a few pointers can help you make your best choice:
Example Entrance: Theme & Color Scheme
The entrance piece welcomes your guests, and sets the mood you want to come home to every day. Choosing a natural theme in a calming color scheme will allow for everyone to unwind as soon as they enter your place.
The natural theme and elegant color scheme create an artful welcome for your guests and yourself
Featured: 'Calm' from Collection Forest of the Alps
Example Kitchen: Size of Print & Surroundings
Sometimes a small print is enough to liven up a whole space. For this cosy kitchen I suggest a Black & White Animal Portrait to reference the surrounding country side, while recharging us with its friendliness every time we start and end our day.
Above: Country Style Kitchen
A small print can be enough to create a beautiful focal point in any space.
Featured: 'Mountain Goat' from Collection Friends
Example Bath Room: 4 Elements Theory & Shape of Print
An alternative way of adding meaning through art work is the 4 element theory of life: Water & Air as a theme seem a natural fit for bath rooms and spas - the (almost) square format further adds to the feeling of calm.
Above: Bath Room
'Water and air. So very commonplace are these substances, they hardly attract attention―and yet they vouchsafe our very existence.' (Hiroshi Sugimoto)
Featured: 'Cape Cod Morning II' from Collection Voices of the Ocean
Example Living Room: Identity & Storytelling
After the kitchen, the living room is where families and their guests tend to spend the most of their at-home time together. Prints that reflect your families' favourite places, activities, and joint memories create tokens of security, stability, and longing.
Above: Living Room
Matching tones and materiality further enhance the nurturing atmosphere.
Featured: 'Diavolezza' from Collection Mountains IV
Example Chalet: Cool versus Warm Tones
For this typical Swiss chalet rich in wooden features I suggest prints with cool tones. A thin frame in a dark color further accentuates the play with warm and cool notes.
Finding balance through choice of theme and tones
Featured: 'Rigidalstock' from Collection Mountains III
Example Blue Wall: Wall Color & Framing
Motifs, wall colours and frames that harmonise with your interior style and accessories, eventually total up to the piece of art that is your home.
Above: Blue Wall
Taking joy in creating
Featured: 'Petal Covered Water' from Collection Tokyo First Touch