There are many contemporary artists who use the street as canvas for their incredible 3D lifelike scenes. But why not take this idea further and come up with something spectacular when decorating your home? The two examples below found on My Modern Met have a stunning visual impact- just imagine visiting a good friend and being welcomed by wild animals trying to break lose from the floor and grab you. Okay, probably not the mosts inspiring scenario, but all in all the idea is pretty interesting and worth being shared. The best thing about embedding 3D art in your home is the choice diversity. You can let your imagination run wild and come up with highly creative ways to reinvent your room. And you do not lack drawing talent, there are many interesting sketches you can find online that can help you do this type of project on your own. What is your stand on this “decorating” idea?
It’s no surprise that our friends Down Under know how to get low when it comes to their living rooms. Designed by Georgia Ezra of G. A.B. B. E. Studio, the cool and contemporary Brighton Escape home is made a bit more comfy thanks to a dropped seating area lined with the same wood that accents the ceiling, walls and stairs. Located in Merida, Mexico, Casa Sisal‘s vast great room boasts a recessed sitting area that emphasizes its modern splendor by creating a symmetry with the home’s 3-sided infinity edge swimming pool.The best part? This opulent 2-bedroom home is available for rent for a mere $299 a night so that you can snuggle up there yourself.
We now turn to top design bloggers such as Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth, who has decorated her kitchen shelving with an array of pastel dishware. Don’t be afraid to mix function and style when it comes to your decorative shelves. Put useful items on display, but arrange them artfully. If the shelving is purely decorative, choose pieces carefully. Be selective, as this gives your shelves a curated, artful look, as shown by this DIY hoop shelf from A Beautiful Mess.