Abstract Art Around the Home – Sugarlift

Abstract Art Around the Home

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Abstract art is one of the most popular styles to pair with decor. It’s possible to create an almost unlimited number of interesting combinations, like minimalist art with mid-century modern, contemporary art with traditional, modern art with contemporary decor, and so on.

What makes abstract art so versatile? Well there are so many types to consider. Abstract styles can range from painterly to geometric, colors can pop off the wall or subtly accent the room, gesture and movement can draw you into a space.

In this post, we’re highlighting a few of the many ways to bring abstract art into your home.

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Abstract Art Above your Couch

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Left: Frenchy Fancy elevates this already light and airy living room.

Right: Coco Lapine Design brings movement to a clean, angular composition.

 

Abstract Art Above your Mantle

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Left: Eras collide in above this fireplace designed by Betsy Morgan.

Right: Nashville shows us how to shelf-and-lean. (via Lark & Linen)

 

Abstract Art Above your Bed

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Left: What dreams are made of. (via Kapito Muller)

Right: Before your first cup of coffee. (via Ashele Andro)

 

Abstract Art in your Dining Room

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Left: Who needs an ocean view when you have this? (via Apartment Therapy)

Right: Why center your art when you can do this? (via Hunted Interior)

 

Abstract Art in your Office

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Left: For the left-brained, logical thinkers … (via Kapito Muller)

Right: And for the right-brained, random connectors … (via Hunted Interior)

 

Abstract Art in your Nursery

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Left: Babies need art too! Go forth and be bold! (via Apartment Therapy)

Right: Tie the space together with complementary colors. (via Honey We’re Home)

 


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