Here at Sugarlift, we love checking our favorite blogs for inspiration on art, design, and everything in between. So we've rounded up a list of five blog posts from a few of our favorite bloggers that we thought were especially helpful. We hope you enjoy them!
Emily Henderson's list of where to buy art online is definitely worth a read. She really put in the time to find the highest quality work and gave a shout-out to some lesser-known sites we love. As always, Emily has included a little something for everyone. Her list is very nearly comprehensive, and a great place to start if you're looking for the perfect piece to complete a room.
The section of "Before and After" projects on Design Sponge is a treasure trove of inspiration for any room in the house! What we love most about the featured spaces is the emphasis on a unified vision for the room, and the seamless use of art to pull that vision together.
We love this "A Cup of Jo" post on Joanna Goddard's apartment in Brooklyn. This photo tour is a master class in how to use art effectively in design, whether a large statement photo, an excellently juxtaposed gallery wall, or a small-scale series arranged in a grid. (The header image for this post is also from "Our Brooklyn Apartment").
We totally agree with "Little Green Notebook" blogger Jenny Komenda that newly framed artwork can be just the thing to spruce up a room that's gotten a bit stale. Artwork has the ability to transform a space, and changing out artwork regularly can help to keep a room fresh.
Starting a gallery wall from scratch can be daunting. So we love the "Cupcakes and Cashmere" approach to selecting a unifying theme to tie the wall together.