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Rev up the cozy factor in your home.

 

What if I told you that arts spark creativity and innovation? 

 

On the web, there are numerous places to find art. That’s because people are highly visual. People tend to gravitate toward aesthetically pleasing works. We admire art that captures and keeps our attention. Sounds like you, right?

 

It’s no wonder that 82% of the 63 billion spent on art in 2014. The Conference Board reported that creativity is among the top 5 applied skills sought by business leaders. After all, the quote “a picture is worth a thousand words” doesn’t exist for nothing.

 

New work from Ikohaus to create a cozy environment

 

Patron Rough for a cozy home

 

 

In fact, we are producing high-quality works. Ikohaus is going to start using Tribeca Print Works as our selected printer. One of the first works that will be available is “Patron Rough” in a large format about 52 x 30″ canvas.

 

How to incorporate geometric works into your space

Geometric works add eye-catching radiance to your room. Below are some ways to make the most of “Patron Rough” in your home.

 

Romero’s “Patron Rough” gives the living room above a cozy feel while creating a slightly retro vibe. This eye-catching work is the star of the space.

 

It’s time to give some personality to your home with our “Patron Rough.”

 

Color Coordinate

Color is critical when you incorporate geometric works into your decor. Choose a piece that weaves through all of the patterns in your room. The reason that “Patron Rough” works in this living room is due in part to the fact that the work and the wall are kept in the same subtle color family. So as not to compete with one another. Design by Romero.

 

Stay Neutral

This green living room, designed by North Carolina based artist Romero, is a study in bold design. Romero used a slightly vibrant teal green to give the space an element of surprise. When working with this geometric work, you’ll want the other elements to remain neutral.

 

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2 years ago

Last year, my husband and I got our first piece of art.
We put it up in our dining room!

We’re looking for a piece for our bedroom.
Thanks for the tips!

2 years ago
Reply to  Jennifer

Congrats! The dining room is an excellent place for art. The dining room and bedroom are one of the locations I included in a previous article on terrific places to display works. We have some of our works on Instagram

2 years ago

Can’t wait to get art for my first home. Inspiring post, will be saving it for future reference x

2 years ago
Reply to  Wunms

Thank you! Glad you found the article inspiring.

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