As I discussed in this post, I’ve been struggling to decide what to do with the wall above my desk ever since I moved into my apartment (over a year ago!). Slowly, the answer became clear to me as I continued to find, collect, and frame eclectic pieces of art that I love. These items were just begging for a prominent spot in my home, so I could stare at them as they clearly were meant to be stared at. Here’s the final product:
NYC Map print: You see a lot of these, but in my opinion, this is a really good one. I LOVE how they made Central Park in green in the middle!
M9 by Thomas Hammer, bought on Saatchi Online, discovered via Matchbook Issue Thirteen (great issue, by the way). I like how this abstract piece contrasts with the very girly and happy pink pieces surrounding it (one is called Sugarcoat, one is called Lipstick Dots-clearly, something darker was necessary!)
I might change the arrangement or placement in the future, but for now I’m just really happy to have these pieces in a place where they can be admired (instead of in a pile in the corner behind my couch!). As I was talking about here, it feels so good to be surrounded by pieces of art that are interesting, personal, or just speak to you in some way.
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