Decorative art
Somerset Life|November 2020
Decorative art
Not simply functional, treat your walls like an extension of your personality
Kate Houghton

PICTURE PERFECT

Your art should speak to your heart. Don’t choose pieces that match the room, choose pieces that sing. Photography is a sadly overlooked art form that can dazzle and delight in equal measure, bringing hot colours or cool shades to your space, and adding more than a hint of your personality.

A-Frame House (2017), a photograph by Matt Stock, £3,193.98, artfinder.com

CLOCKING ON

Far from purely functional, a wall clock can stand for itself as the centrepiece for an otherwise empty wall. Or get creative and build it into a carefully curated gallery wall of artwork and photos collected from your favourite places – after all, time waits for no man and every moment should be spent wisely.

Gold pleated clock, £48, audenza.com

TIME TO REFLECT

Mirrors, of course, reflect light around the room and expand the space too. Take the gallery wall approach and create greater interest with a collection of smaller mirrors, either in one style or a variety of shapes and sizes.

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November 2020