You Put the Art in My Heart
We’re pretty sure that Clara C. was not singing about the considerations of interior design when she penned this song, but who’d to stop us from changing the concept? In theory, art, architecture and interior design are three intricately linked subject matters – the integration of one into the other is as seamless as it is elaborate. Art is a metaphysical experience, and no one has ever done it better than Michael Angelo himself – but the modern day Michelangelo’s have taken to street art, lettering, sand art ad so much more – the word ‘art’ is not so much restricted to sculptures and paintings anymore – it is the physical integration of an epic conceptualization with space. More than anything, art is what can add that bit of flair to any interior setting, so people take a lot of time to curate the best pieces relevant to their themes. From Funky to Retro to Modern and Contemporary, art can enhance the ambiance of any interior space; so keeping that in mind, we’ll be taking a look at a few interiors that have managed to put the art in our hearts.
Wood is the key element in any rustic interior setting, and more often than not, it is hard to come across artwork that can accentuate the organic naturalness of the rustic genre. If you would look at this interior, you’d notice how the background artwork showcased in a long frame perfectly complements the rest of the scheme with dramatic light and dark hues that thrive in the given lighting.
One of the most expressive artwork genres of today, a nice set of photographs can make your interior seem comely and welcome, and that is exactly what happens with the neatly organized frames in the interior below – their sepia objects fall in tandem with the overall design scheme in the best possible way.
The overall ambiance of this interior is most definitely industrial, and the cogs work steampunk style sculpture adorning the feature wall makes sure to draw the eye in its direction, while at the same time, adding a character and intrigue to the entire interior setting.
This modern painting in a rustic setting should not work but there is something about the contrasting aura of both themes that balances each other out to create an overall ambiance that is both chic and organic at the same time.