In a recent IG post, I confessed to not stepping out of my comfort zone at all during our latest bedroom makeover. In hindsight, it didn’t even occur to me while trying to create a full monochromatic space. While I’m kicking myself weeks later, it also taught me a lesson – to always make an uncomfortable design decision no matter which room I’m working on.
Now that I’ve moved on to the living room project, I’m thinking about where I can step outside of my comfort zone. I think one of the best ways to step outside of your design comfort zone is with something non-permanent, like art. You can really have fun searching for the right piece for your space.
Now, I’m on the hunt for art for this wall. I’m looking for something that doesn’t necessarily fit in here. Something contemporary that includes colors that don’t quite go with the color palette. Something unexpected. But also something that speaks to me.
Today I’m sharing a roundup of some contemporary artists and their work that I’ve been drawn to. I hope you enjoy their work as much as I do!
.01 Gina Julian || .02 Kat Crosby Art. || .03 Roma Osowo || .04 Artie Vanderpool || .05 Caroline Boykin. || .06 Hillary Howorth || .07 Jenny Andrews Anderson || .08 Sarah White || .09 Spencer Beck Art || .10 Ron Giusti || .11 Yeachin Tsai || 12. Lol Gallimores || .13 Juniper Briggs
WHERE I SHOP FOR ART
Saatchi Art – I have over 100 pieces of art saved from here. There are thousandssss of original & print art, photography, and more.
Liza Pruitt – Liza represents so many artists whose work I adore
Well and Wonder – a curated collection of emerging artists and their work
Tappan Collective – I think this is similar to Saatchi
Etsy – of course!