How to Combine Styles Using Abstract Art

The trick to decorating around a bold piece of art | homeologymodernvintage.com

How to Combine Styles Using Abstract Art –  Art wasn’t really on my radar until I began updating my home recently. As I continued to struggle with my eclectic style and not getting the result I wanted, I finally figured out the missing element – it was art. If you have an eclectic design style that incorporates differing elements like I do, you know how difficult it can be to create a cohesive look that doesn’t read as one hot mess. But once I added a few pieces of abstract art, my rooms finally began to come together. It was slightly mind blowing for me.

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A Modern Chair for the Deck

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Winter funk is the worst, and spring is such a tease. It’s sunny and 75 degrees one day then cloudy and 40 degrees the next. My mental state is suffering and my mood has become as fickle as the weather lately. I’m so ready to get out of the house and into some bbq’s on the patio that I can hardly stand it. Even my husband felt sorry enough for me and my declining mood that he surprised me with this sweet treat as a way to pick up my spirits. A glorious modern chair for the deck.

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Bold Framed Art

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Bold Framed Art – A few weeks ago I gathered up all my favorite pieces and updated the area around my fireplace for a more modern vintage style mantle. The change was a stark transition in styles – going from a very traditional past to the style I’m adoring these days. I was so proud for finally making the switch, yet I was still struggling with its lack of color. So I went back to the drawing board and returned with a bright and colorful refresh that totally speaks to me.

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Five Ideas For Bringing Your Spring Blossoms Indoors

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Five Ideas For Bringing Your Spring Blossoms Indoors – When the fleeting spring blossoms rise from the cold earth, it’s truly a time of celebration. The nodding snowdrops, fragrant hyacinths, and the shy ephemerals come out to play for such a short period each spring that catching them can sometimes be by chance only. But when I do, I make sure to bring as many as I can indoors so I can enjoy their fragrances and their beauty for as long as possible. Here are five of my personal favorite ideas for bringing your spring blossom indoors.

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DIY Acrylic Initial Bookend

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Acrylic Initial Bookend – I’ve been all about adding color into my spaces lately, and I’m totally loving the look. But I still consider myself mostly to be a lover of  neutrals. So, as I’ve been adding some colorful updates to my living room, I felt the need to temper them just a little. This acrylic initial bookend was just the sleek neutral I was looking for to make a subtle statement.

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An Indoor Easter Garden Display

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An Indoor Easter Garden Display – I’m adding a little springtime in my foyer today with an Easter garden display filled with some vintage finds and a few new plants (which I always purchase way too early in the growing season) that will eventually go into my garden. It’s a great way to enjoy them while I wait for the planting season to arrive.

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Rainy Cloud Chalk Painted Easter Eggs

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Rainy Cloud Chalk Painted Easter Eggs – Can you believe that Easter is just two weeks away? It’s come too soon and has left me in a rush to get all the baskets filled. This year I’m working hard to eliminate much of the candy by replacing it with more redeeming items. But the one thing that remains consistent in any Easter basket are the hard-boiled eggs. Love them or hate them, there has to be a sufficient quantity to justify the Easter Bunny’s visit. And nothing will do but the real deal. This year, since we have quite a few little ones running around, we decorated our eggs with them in mind, keeping it bright, playful, and simple. And these rainy cloud chalk painted Easter eggs were exactly what I had in mind.

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