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The Workspace Edit

The fourth instalment of our 'At Home With Rise Art' series is all here to help you perk up your home workspace. In today’s busy world of around the clock access, anytime anywhere, many of us work from home to enable flexible work hours and help to achieve our daily goals. This collection of artwork will add oomph to your desk space and have you inspired in no time - http://bit.ly/29MOdmb

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Circle Is The New Square

Circular artworks are the perfect combination of playful and sophisticated. Although undeniably reminiscent of renaissance Tondo-style pieces, they have a contemporary edge that will soften the edges of a room and really draw the eye. Browse our showcase of contemporary artists making beautiful, original circular artworks!

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The Kitchen Edit

The third instalment of our 'At Home With Rise Art' series is all about the kitchen! The kitchen is undoubtedly the centre of the home, and modern living for many of us means that the kitchen has now become an open plan extension of the dining and living space too. By using art to zone the room visually you can create smaller, more intimate and functional areas, and really bring the heart of the home to life - http://bit.ly/2acDXB3

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The Living Room Edit

Discover artwork for your living room. Whether you are partial to abstract paintings or contemporary sculpture, peruse our expertly curated selection of artwork ideal for your living room. Paintings, prints and photographs don’t simply adorn your walls; they become a part of the fabric of your home. Adding artwork to your living room can be truly transformative; reflecting your personality and providing colour, character and scale to your space. Bold and Bright Living Room Art Need living room art ideas? For social butterflies and seasoned hosts, bold and bright artwork can create impact and spark conversation. If your living room is regularly transformed into a party hub, striking Pop Art prints and paintings are a great way to boost the mood. Archie Proudfoot uplifts and inspires with his bespoke signage and typographical paintings such as All The Way. Likewise, provocative Street Art prints prompt intrigue and delight. Graphic designer Hush, inspired by Japanese culture, layers beautiful figures against bold and tribal backgrounds. Siren in Motion, as an example, teases and tempts the eye with its truly unique aesthetic. Relaxing Living Room Art For many of us, the lounge is a place to decompose and unwind. For relaxing living room art, harmonious seascapes by Tina Mammoser and sensorial paintings by Andrew Kinmont pair perfectly with softly coloured interiors. Delicate lilac hues and pastel palettes as seen in Cloud Rise and St Oswald suffuse serenity and induce a state of calm. For warm and nostalgic visuals, dreamlike scenes such as the elusive Uncascade by Michelle Loa Kum Cheung make for delicate and cohesive collectables. The artist works with notable intricacy, intimately blending graphite and gold leaf on canvas. Creating Contrast Energetic and coloured prints are perfect for those looking to mix-and-match styles, create contrast and embolden their living room. Abstract silkscreen prints such as Happy Happy by Dan Baldwin meander between themes of love, politics, memory and the unconscious. Dan’s vibrant mosaic-like collages are highly nuanced and the antidote to dull, colourless spaces. Contemporary Living Room Designs Reinvent your salon with a delicate balance of Art Deco and Abstract Geometric sculptures. Copper creations such as Pink Pearl by Mark Beattie are admirable options for those looking to take their living room to new dimensions. Alternatively, contemporary designs by Alexander Grigorev like April The Twelve Months, inspired by nature and the shape of water, are perfect for adding a touch of wonder without overpowering your parlour. Looking for more ways to reinvent your living room? Read our article 8 Ways to Enliven a Living Room.

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The Entranceway Edit

Discover artwork for your entranceway. Our entranceway edit draws together exemplary artworks to emboss your entrée. Though oft-neglected transitory spaces, the entrance to your home, or any interior for that matter, is the first and last thing people see when they come and go. The entranceway is, therefore, an ideal space to make a stunning first impression and have an enduring influence on guests. Making an Entrance A statement piece or two in your foyer could set the scene for your build. Whether your preferred style is more abstract or your taste teeters towards minimalism, explore our range of elegantly crafted artworks to spruce up your entranceway, all hand-selected by expert curators. For instantly recognisable yet affordable art, you can purchase stylish Pop Art prints by the iconic Sir Peter Blake. With collections on display at top London galleries such as the Tate and The National Gallery, delightful and distinctive prints like Wink would be a royally welcome sight to come home to. Gallery Walls For small and large layouts alike, selections of prints, illustrations or photography[(/art/photography) hung in a gallery style can breathe life into the most muted, lacklustre interiors. For a salon hang, colourful [animal prints by tragi-comic artist Carl Moore such as The Dog Who Wanted to be a Leopard are perfect as individual prints or as part of a collection. Bright, animated and full of panache, these prints truly pack a punch. For an extra stylistic touch, you can also purchase matching frames to accompany your chosen prints or illustrations. Large Entranceway Pieces For a real coup-de-foudre, large entranceway pieces catch the eye and add a certain largesse to any space regardless of true scale. Emotionally charged land and seascape paintings by modern impressionist Alison Johnson can infuse atmosphere into any setting. Alison’s multi-textural works like The Singing Tree, with their enviable depth of scale, movement and emotion, imprint on the heart with every viewing. Statements Pieces for Your Entranceway The jury is forever out when it comes to inviting new acquaintances home, but what better way to win them over than with a limited-edition statement piece? Figurative portraits and prints by Eva Santin, a renowned Spanish artist specialising in photosensitive media and woodcutting, are a must-consider. Multi-sensorial prints such as Sylph, though soft and delicate, provide a powerful and experiential backdrop to any interior. Make a Lasting Impression If you are partial to geometric designs or graffiti aesthetics, dramatic large-scale pattern works by German street artist KEF! might be of interest. Polychromatic paintings such as Another Dimension could don a dash of urban to your entranceway, inviting the outside world in while still maintaining a certain grace and harmony. For more entranceway art ideas, read our article on Staging Your Entrance with Art.

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