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It’s the time of year when everyone has the best of intentions for life changing New Year’s resolutions and positive transformations. Here are our 6 ways to bring in art for a new year, a new room, and a new you!
Christmas, it’s the most wonderful time of the year, gift giving and party season is in full swing and that fun, festive spirit is everywhere. For a real festive feel and to have your house looking at its sparkly best, adding a new work of art can take it from Santa’s grotto to Santa’s wonderland. Here are our tips for the making the most with art this year.
Our friends over at Love Home Swap have a curated database of some truly stunning holiday homes, none we should say more stunning than those filled to the brim with stand out art. Browsing these exotic locations doesn’t have to conjure pure envy; to bring that feeling back to your own home you can get the look with our nine properties to love, and the artworks to match.
As we know artwork is a great way to brighten up your walls and your home, transforming a space from dull and lacklustre to the epitome of envy. But sadly, though magic as they are, artworks won’t clean themselves, and maintaining your pieces properly is part and course of keeping them in the best nick possible. But it doesn’t have to be complicated. Our friends at Hassle have put together 6 tips for keeping your artwork in tip-top condition.
Rise Art's latest article for go-to interior experts Houzz UK is all about how to optimise your choice and placement of art in the bedroom. Check out the feature for tips and tricks on hanging your artworks in bedrooms of all shapes and sizes, and read on to see our top Rise Art picks for the bedroom.
There is no doubt that our mood is affected by our environment, and the colours we surround ourselves with have a huge part to play too. Here we share our top 5 tips when sharing some key colours, and how you can incorporate them into your home with art.
Our second instalment of the At Home With Rise Art series is all about the living room! Check out our top picks and suggested styles to bring your lounge to life.
The first instalment of our 'At Home With Rise Art Series' focuses on the entrance. First impressions are key so impress your guests and set the character of your home by styling your hallway with art.
Kristin Gaudio Endsley invites Rise Art into her home. An abstract artist whose work has quickly caught the eye of critics and collectors alike, Kirsten is influenced by organic and manmade patterns and colours found in both internal and external environments.
Alison Cosier creator and editor of Style Mummy invites Rise Art to take a step into her 15th century cottage. The room in focus, happens to be her kitchen, a room which poses as a sympathetic marriage of charming, beamy cottage and functional contemporary which works brilliantly.