5 Simple Ways To Work With Print Fabrics & Graphic Art

There is something inherently kitschy and retro about print fabrics that makes every interior design looks absolutely gorgeous with a nostalgic edge. Similarly, graphic art adds a truly “Constructivist” vibe to an interior design. The combined effect of both these styles is extremely inspiring and unique.

Merging print fabrics and graphic art in contemporary style interiors can be extremely challenging. You have to carry it out against a backdrop of modern simplicity in order to make it look elegant. Further, we’ll be taking a look at 5 ways you can incorporate print fabrics and graphic art in your interior designs!

 

1. Freestyle artwork and printed chairs

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As you can see, the Russian constructivist inspired artwork that has been displayed under the media wall console is an integral focal point of this entire interior design. Similarly, the isolated printed chair is a major attraction against the otherwise plaintive and modern style backdrop of this interior design.

 

 

2. Art in the form of furniture

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Let’s zoom in a little and take a look at the printed design of this dining chair. It features an explosion of color and graphics that singularly command the eye. Even though it is a single piece of such artsy nature in this part of the interior design, it manages to hold its own in this particular design scheme.

 

 

3. Using collectables

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The major ode to graphics and print in this kitchen interior design is the glass collectables that are featured on the left side countertop. They offer a very distinctive poop of color and style that adds style and acuity to the overall design. Although the reference is subtle, it’s impact is still very powerful.

 

 

4. Throw pillows

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Throw pillows are some of the best canvases to articulate the print media phenomenon. They may be small, but they can be used in a large amount to add visual diversity to an otherwise monotonous interior design. This is how you can get creative with the aesthetic when it comes to incorporating different prints and graphics in a space.

 

 

5. Framed artwork

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Graphic design is one of those evergreen design genres that look absolutely stunning in any era. Graphic art displays in contemporary style interiors can look extremely gorgeous and welcoming. You just have to select the right color scheme to fit in the right interior design context for it to work well.

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