Lately I’ve added a few new art pieces around the house. It’s an easy way to feel like something changed without a ton of $$$. I have too much fun arranging the prints, paintings, and plates – with the nail holes to show for it.
Here’s what I’ve been up to:
The back hallway was freshened with a new print
And new paintings too.
I had the paintings of our dog Baxter and cat Sandy done for David. The super talented Lisa May Williams did them and I think they’re beyond adorable! They’re flanked by drawings of my parents and in-laws homes by yours truly.
***Ps. She also did a painting of our newborn son Henry for my husband’s first Father’s Day.
I just fell in love with it!***
Over the summer, my mama and I ran across a pair of nude paintings at the Athens Antique Mall. I had to have them! I added the halo of chinois and oyster plates around the modern piece that my talented friend Renee did for me, and propped one of the nudes up front.
I love the look of layered art!
I just really fell for them! The colors were so pretty, and their size was perfect.
Here’s the other one hanging in my bathroom.
After acquiring a few antique prints at Scott’s, I arranged them with other plates in our basement. The woodland look and depictions of animals suit this room in our house.
I even had one left over to add to a bathroom, neatly tucked under another oyster plate.
Have you added new art around your house lately?
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