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The design trend we’re most excited about this season is ‘biophilia’, the affinity of human beings with the natural world and living things. Discover 5 artists whose work will breathe new life into your interior this Spring.
Sharing your love for art with friends and family is an exciting way to create or honor memories, form closer bonds, as well as giving a timeless gift that lasts way beyond the latest gadgets. Using the same guidelines collectors use on their own collections, we’ve stripped down 5 tips that will help to make an unforgettable gift of art.
Hygge is the Danish or Norwegian word for a warm, cosy, comforting atmosphere, best shared with your closest friends and family. It's also the interiors trend sweeping the world. But rather than a physical state, the true meaning of the word describes a psychological feeling, holding all your needs in balance. And what better way to create an environment like that than with art?
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.
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.
This week’s styling with art rejoices in the meteoric rise of ceramics and sculpture. In 2015 we saw a TV show dedicated to pottery (who’d have thought pottery making could be so addictive), the revered Barbara Hepworth exhibition at the Tate really caused a stir, and now the Tate Modern has kicked off 2016 with an immensely popular Alexander Calder exhibition.
This week’s Styling With Art post takes inspiration from Tate Modern’s Agnes Martin exhibition. These minimalist furnishings and artworks prove that anyone can bring a little abstract spirituality into the home….
It’s no secret that art can transform an environment, whether it’s a living space, a work place or a public area; just ask our resident collections advisor Conrad Carvhalo, art has the ability to influence the atmosphere of any environment.
Rise Art was recently featured on Houzz! Click through to find out how to bring your home to life using artworks and photographs to create a gallery wall with our expert tips.
Rise Art curator Rebecca Gordon has been at Grand Designs Live this week, divulging all of her insider knowledge!