Emulating your art in your interior designs

If you’re an artist of any kind – painter, graphic designer, architect, musician, etc. – then you’ll understand the struggle of emulating your art in your homes. Sometimes, it’s easy and mainstream, but other times, it can be quite hard. So today, we’ll be sharing a few tips on how you can emulate your particular art in your home by being innovative. Let’s take a look:

 

1. An artist/painter

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As a painter, the piece de resistance of your home is always going to be a statement art. However, the particular style of that art is going to be completely yours, and that is one of the best ways you can emulate a little bit of your talent into your spaces.

 

2. Graphic designer

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If you’re a graphic designer, then you certainly have a number of modes to showcase your art in your homes. As an artist who works on all sorts of projects – logo design, marketing, package development, etc. – you can translate your art in all forms. You can go for a gallery wall of your best works, feature photographs that inspire you, and even custom design your throw pillow artwork.

 

3. A musician

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As a musician, the most mainstream way to feature your art in your homes is by using your instrument. A pianist can have a private, semi-transparent recital room. A guitarist can have a music room that uses their guitar collection as the centerpiece. A percussionist can go for a sound proof drum room, etc.

 

4. Decorator/designer

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For a designer and homemaker at heart, the best way to showcase their particular art in their homes would be by featuring the best arrangements. They could be anything – from throw pillow formations, decorative baubles, small planters and even unique furniture. As long as it has been featured in a cohesive manner, things are going to look good.

 

5. Author

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If you’re a writer of any kind – blogger, academic writer, fiction author, etc. – then you’ll definitely appreciate having a full, gorgeous bookshelves in your home. It’s the most apparent way to convey your love of reading and writing in a physical manifestation. Of course, you can also embellish the spaces in between with attractive baubles, trinkets and decoration pieces.

 

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