While I love all types of art, I’ve got a special love for abstract art. If you’re unsure what your taste is in art, or are still fine-tuning it, I highly suggest you check out some of these amazing abstract artists.
Abstract art rocks so hard because it’s shockingly flexible. If you are looking for something to really pull a room together, abstract art is oftentimes your ticket to nirvana.
Check out some of my favorite artists over on the HGTV DESIGN HAPPENS BLOG.
And if you are looking for more scoop on how to mix art, I break it down for you big time HERE.
I have a few questions for you:
1. Are you a human being?
2. Do you live somewhere?
If you answered yes to either of these questions, I’m guessing this mysterious “somewhere” place you live has at least one giant empty space on your wall that needs to be filled.
Ok, but DO. NOT. PANIC.
I have 7 badass easy DIY art tutorials that you can go do right now to make sure your space goes from bare to OH YEAH-RRRR.
Read my post over on the HGTV DESIGN HAPPENS BLOG.
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Also, whoa: I’m blogging for HGTV now! You can ready my stuff there every Thursday, so go there every Thursday, and also every day in between cause you should be reading their blog every day along with mine. And whoa, HGTV. Oh wait. I said that already.
So here’s some weird advice, but I promise it works: if you have any of those Ikea (or other big boxy) faux sheepskins for $19.95 laying around your joint, and they are looking just a *smidge* too perfect, leave them out in the sun for a couple of days! This sort of “cures” the sheepskin so they look all rough and tumbled and well…more real.
Depending on where you live, I find that usually 2 or 3 days does the trick, though if you want to you can certainly leave them out longer. Check on them often and adjust according to how rough you like em’ looking.
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