Using art in Interior Spaces

Quintessa Art Collection
Quintessa Art Collection

There are many ways in which we can accessorise a room or the whole house successfully. By using just a simple piece of art or a combination of elaborately decorated items, it is possible to create an emphasis or focal point within a room that previously never existed. I would like to focus on using art.

Quintessa Art Collection
Quintessa Art Collection

Depending on the function of the room, the versatility and level of accessorising using art available will differ completely. For instance, art for a living room can consist of sculptures, paintings, drawings, and photographs. On the other hand, art for a bathroom would be comparatively limited.

Quintessa Art Collection
Quintessa Art Collection
Quintessa Art Collection Panels
Quintessa Art Collection Panels

Many different effects can be achieved using art: from those pieces that create interest, to those with a bold dash of colour or pattern. From the traditional to the extreme, and minimalist to the contemporary, one piece of carefully selected art can really change the look and feel of a room.

Commissioned painting
Commissioned painting

Sourcing art can be a tricky process due to the fact that you have to choose carefully to ensure the chosen item fits in and around your existing design scheme. The wrong colour, shape or size can throw a design scheme and unbalance the finished look so don’t hesitate to ask an interior designer for help.

Artwork placed in plexiglass
Artwork placed in plexiglass
Quintessa Art Collection- Van Gogh Replica
Quintessa Art Collection- Van Gogh Replica
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